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Eurostat: Greek Unemployment at 24.4% in January

Greek unemployment was shaped at 24.4% in January 2016 in comparison to the 24.3% of December 2015 and the 25.7% of January 2015, according to Eurostat data published...

Eurozone Finance Ministers to Hold May 9 Meeting on Greece

The next meeting of Eurozone Finance Ministers to discuss Greece’s massive bailout will be held in Brussels on May 9, Athens said Thursday. "Eurogroup chief...

ECB President: Greek Economy Backslided in 2015

Greece has made reforms in the past few months but its economy backslided in 2015, said European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi. In an...

Juncker: IMF ‘s Demand for Contingency Measures Is ‘Unreasonable and Unconstitutional’

The specific contingency measures demanded from Greece by its creditors are unreasonable and unconstitutional, European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker said on Wednesday, according to...

‘Best Case Scenario’ Is to Clinch Deal Between Greece and Institutions Next Week, Says...

The “best case scenario” is for Greece and the institutions to converge significantly until next Friday’s Eurogroup, so that the latter can return to...

Christine Lagarde Sends Letter to Greek PM over Wikileaks IMF “Disaster”

IMF managing director Christine Lagarde sent a letter to Greek PM Alexis Tsipras regarding an IMF staff conversation that was leaked and described that...

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...

Brussels Source: Greek Program Review ‘Ideally’ by April 12

The review of Greece's programme should ideally be concluded before April 12, a well-informed source in Brussels told the ANA-MPA on Friday, while clarifying...

BoG Governor: Greek Banks’ Capital Position Particularly Strong

Greek banks’ capital position is particularly strong, Bank of Greece governor Yannis Stournaras said, addressing an event organized by the National Bank of Croatia...

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...

The EU-Turkish Bazaar

Recently, the IMF EU -Troika team visited the occupied area of Cyprus to study and ascertain the costs of the illegal airport in preparation...

America’s Hottest Economist Says ‘Sooner or Later Greece Will Leave EU/IMF Arrangement Because It...

One of the ongoing debates both among economists and policymakers is over the failure of the Greek bailout programs. Why is Greece still in...