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The European Central Bank's recent monetary policy actions have reduced risks in the eurozone's banking system but strong vigilance is still needed, Greek central...

On December 17, two months ahead of schedule, will finally be held the first ballot for the election of the new President of the...

AP - European Central Bank President Mario Draghi says Greece is starting to reap the rewards from its wide-ranging economic reforms. Addressing lawmakers of the...

Greece has the ability to use the remaining 11.5 billion euros from its bank rescue fund as a preventive support line when it exits...

Three out of four systemic banks in Greece have failed their ECB stress tests. The results aren't entirely devastating, however, since the banks' capital needs...

According to market estimates, Alpha Bank and Piraeus Bank passed their stress tests with ease. These estimates remain to be confirmed by an official statement,...

The European Central Bank is set to change its rules to allow it to buy asset-backed securities with junk ratings issued by Greek and...

An analysis of Greek debt sustainability by economists Darvas, Sapir and Wolff depicts precisely to whom Greece has to repay its debts. According to...

The Hellenic Republic Assets Development Fund (HRADF), responsible for raising money from state property sales to reduce debt, is pitching the abandoned Villa de Vecchi...

Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras requested that the next meeting with the troika of international lenders will take place in Paris on September 3....

French Finance Minister Michel Sapin called for a relaxation of Eurozone economic policy in statements after a meeting with Greek Finance Minister Gikas Hardouvelis...

The Foundation for Economic and Industrial Research (IOBE) reported on Wednesday that the Greek economy should grow by 0.7% this year but the increasing unemployment rate is likely to...