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If Greece doesn't pay the upcoming International Monetary Fund installment of 458 million euros due on April 9, a chain of unpleasant events will follow, says...

PASOK Socialist leader Evangelos Venizelos’ characterization of protesters upset with bond losses he imposed on them as “fascist-like,” drew a sharp rebuke from the...

During Greece’s Council of State  plenary session, it was concluded that the haircut (PSI) of the Greek State’s bonds is constitutional, lawful and in...

For the first time since the end of 2009 the spread of Greek bonds, especially decade-bonds ending in 2023 reached 500 points. This means that...

Greece will use more than half of an incoming loan installment of 4 billion euros ($5.27 billion) from the Eurozone to give back to...

New Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades of Cyprus, during a vist to Athens on March 11, will reportedly ask Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras to...

The world was supposed to end in 2012 – on Dec. 21 for you Mayan calendar believers and doomsday cultists – and for many...

The Greek government will exempt the country’s struggling banks from a plan to use 10 billion euros ($12.9 billion) to buy back its bonds...

After earlier imposing 74 percent losses on banks and investors – and nearly wiping out its own banking industry in the process – Greece...

ATHENS – After stiffing private investors for 74 percent losses earlier this year on their holdings in Greek bonds, Greece may also give a...

ATHENS – Inspectors for international lenders providing Greece with critical money lifelines were to arrive on July 3, but negotiations with officials of the...

ATHENS – With Greece’s bank sector reeling in the wake of big losses imposed by the government as part of a deal with international...