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BoG Governor: Agreement Between Greece and Creditors a Matter of Days

An agreement between Greece and its international creditors is a matter of days, Bank of Greece (BoG) Governor Yiannis Stournaras said on Greek TV on Thursday. According...

Greek PM Tsipras: Review of Greece’s Program Can Be Done by Easter

Commenting on the ongoing negotiations with the creditor institutions to wrap up the review of the Greek economic program, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said...

IMF No Longer Necessary for Greece’s Stabilization, Says ECB Official

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is no longer necessary for Greece’s stabilization, from an economic point of view, a European Central Bank official said...

13 Theses on the Continuing Greek Debt Drama

As the Greek debt drama continues to unfold and both the IMF and the eurocrats demand ever more sacrifices from the average Greek people...

Withdrawal of 500 Euro Bill

The Bank of Greece is closely monitoring the safes of Greek citizens after ECB's intention to withdraw the circulation of the 500 euro bill. Bank...

Europe’s Refugee Crisis Could Cost Greece 4 Billion Euros This Year

Is Greece capable of handling the refugee crisis without massive external support from the European Union? This is the question that has been on...

NBG Head Katselli Rules Out Deposits Haircut and Banks Recapitalization

Hellenic Bank Association president and National Bank's chief Luca Katseli said in an interview with Kathimerini newspaper, on Sunday, that the possibility of a deposits haircut...

ECB ‘Hasn’t Reached Lower Bound’ On Rates and Absence of a Banking Union...

The European Central Bank “hasn’t reached lower bound” on rates, said Executive Central Bank’s chief economist and Member of Its Executive Board Peter Praet...

Central Banker Yiannis Stournaras: Debt Talks Will Resume April 15

The debate on the reduction of Greece’s public debt is likely to start the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) spring meeting on April 15, the...

Greek Banks Further Cut Borrowing from ECB, ELA in February

Greek banks in February further reduced their dependence on borrowing from the European Central Bank and the Emergency Liquidity Assistance mechanism of the Bank...

Greek Bailouts: The Sale of a Nation and the Death of Democracy

When the European Union (EU) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) came to Greece's rescue in May 2010 with a 110 billion euro bailout...

Greek President Pavlopoulos On the Economic Crisis and Monetary Suffocation

The austerity policy has led the euro zone on the brink of an economic crisis and monetary "suffocation," said President Pavlopoulos on Friday, during...