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The Greek banking system could be slowly regaining some pace. Bloomberg reported on Tuesday that since Greek banks reopened on July 20, customers have deposited 1 billion...

Pension rights which have been secured by June 30, 2015 will not be affected by the new agreement between the government and Greece’s lenders...

The Greek government produced a contingency plan that would "raise the cost of rupture" for Greece 's creditors - the European Commission, European Central...

Greece's parliament approved a second set of austerity measures into laws on Thursday; a requirement for the country to receive a bailout deal by its...

An agreement among the Eurozone leaders was not enough to persuade the Governing Council of the European Central Bank to give the green light...

While Greece is expected to submit its detailed proposals for a new bailout deal today, two European Central Bank officials are being cautious about...

Bundesbank sent a warning to the German government regarding the consequences the Grexit would have to Germany’s economy. The exit of Greece from the Eurozone...

History can shed some light on the Greek drama. Before joining the euro, the Greece's government had previously implemented strict capital controls and transaction limitations.

The official Greek referendum ballot was brought to light today, Monday, June 29. The upcoming referendum (July 5) will only require Greek citizens to...

The European Commission offered a statement on the final hours before the negotiations with Greece and its creditors broke up. According to the statement...

Capital controls have being imposed in Greece, as without the ECB's help the financial crisis deepens. Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis announced that banks will stay...

The Governing Council of the European Central Bank made a decision Sunday to freeze the level of emergency liquidity assistance to Greek banks. The emergency...