Eurogroup’s Dijsselbloem: Greece Under Supervision even After Bailout Exit

Greece will remain under supervision after it exits its current bailout, and Athens must achieve “economic and political stability,” Jeroen Dijsselbloem said, contradicting PM...

EU’s “Excessive Deficit Procedure” is Lifted for Greece, as State Finances Improve

The European Council said on Monday that Greece's deficit is below the reference point of 3% of gross domestic product, and the country can...

Greeks Go to Supermarket with a List Now, Hunt for Bargains on the Internet

The economic crisis has led many Greeks to go to the supermarket with a shopping list, and hunt on the internet for special offers,...
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Exclusive: Calamos CEO John Koudounis on Ethniki Insurance Deal & Greek Investments (video)

John Koudounis, CEO of Calamos Investments and the mastermind behind the acquisition of Greece’s biggest insurance company by the EXIN Fund, says that Greece...

Former PM Simitis: Social Consciousness is on the Decline in Greece

Former Greek prime minister Costas Simitis said that the worst trauma caused by the economic crisis is the decline of social consciousness. Simitis wrote an...

Eurogroup Chief Arrives in Greece for First Time after Enigmatic Handshake with Varoufakis

Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem is to arrive in Greece on Monday for talks with Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos as a prelude to the third...

ESM Chief Regling: Greece Can Tap Markets in 10 Months, if it Implements Reforms

"Greece can exit the current aid programme in 10 months and be financed independently through the markets, if the government adheres to the agreed...

Qatar Says Goodbye to Greece: ‘We Cannot Invest by Force’

In contradiction to the optimism of the Greek government on its capacity and willingness to attract foreign investments, the Qatari state company Al Rayyan...

European Central Bank Lowers ELA Cap for Greek Banks

The European Central Bank lowered the cap on emergency liquidity assistance (ELA) that Greek banks draw from the domestic central bank by 300 million...

Eldorado Gold Postpones Decision to Suspend Skouries Mine Operation

Eldorado Gold Corp on Thursday said it had decided to temporarily postpone its decision to place its Chalkidiki assets on care and maintenance. The company...

Reuters: Greece Considers Bond Swap as Looks to Bailout Exit

Greece is considering swapping 20 small bond issues for four or five new ones, government sources said, as it prepares to exit its international...

How Italian Companies Profit from Exports of Greek Olive Oil

The export of the world renowned Greek olive oil is one example of how the country’s productive potential is wasted. According to a report in...

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