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Greek Premier Antonis Samaras says he brings stability Prime Minister Antonis Samaras, whose conservative New Democracy party faces a tough test in next month's...

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Greek PM Antonis Samaras (L) with former soccer star Theo Zagorakis, one of his candidates With his party locked in a dogfight ahead of...

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The IMF's envoy Poul Thomsen says Greece needs money too Despite a primary surplus and a tepid return to the bond markets, Greece's debt...

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The Greek real estate market is still on a downward slope due to the lack of demand, the decline in people’s revenues and the...

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Bank of Greece Gov. George Provopoulos says happy days are almost here again Bank of Greece chief George Provopoulos, who has predicted an economic...

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Greece's first cautious return to bond markets has come with a 3 billion euro ($4.15 billion) five-year instrument that has brought a yield of...

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German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung said Wednesday that Greece has returned to the bond market under false pretences that shouldn’t be celebrated. “Greece is seeing its return...

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Despite a slight drop in unemployment in December in Greece, the proportion of young people and females without work remains the highest in the European...

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Eurozone Chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem Fresh on the heels of the news that international lenders would release a long-delayed installment of 8.3 billion euros in...

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Health Minister Adonis Georgiadis played the Euro Card Resorting to the government's trump card when it needs lawmakers to go along with tough measures,...

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Greece's gamble that the only bidder for the abandoned and neglected former Hellenikon Airport site on Athens' coast wouldn't walk away after the government...

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  Data released Monday shows Greece and Cyprus trailing as eurozone consumer inflation once again slowed to its lowest ever annual pace in February, matching...