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European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem said that the Greek government must not look into the elections option because there is...

The election of the Tsipras government has triggered a massive headache for the Eurogroup in fear it may inspire others across the Eurozone. They...

After last week’s referendum euphoria, authorizing the Tsipras administration to negotiate with creditors on the premise not to accept additional Memoranda, I felt proud to be...

Greece may have signed an initial agreement with its European partners, but not all parties involved appear optimistic about the country's future. One of the...

Yanis Varoufakis resigned from his finance minister post just a week ago and is already causing commotion away from the center of political and economic...

Dutch Finance Minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem spoke after Monday morning's agreement on a 86-billion-euro bailout for Greece. Aside from finally reaching a deal with Greece, Dijsselbloem had another reason...

A list of reforms some of which must be legislated by Wednesday in the Greek Parliament was submitted to the European Union by Eurogroup...

As the meeting of the Eurozone finance ministers and the summit of the 28 European Union leaders are still in session, it was decided...

Eurozone finance ministers decided that Greece must legislate a series of reforms within the next few days in order to continue negotiations for a...

"We want Greece to make deep reforms as member of the eurozone" stated European Commissioner for Economic Affairs Pierre Moscovici on Sunday before the...

Finland's parliament is not willing to accept a new bailout agreement for Greece as Eurozone finance ministers continue negotiations on Sunday's Eurogroup, according to...

The latest Eurogroup on Greece brought to light a document that many call "Schäuble's Plan for Grexit." In the document, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble offers...