Foreign Press On Cyprus “No” Vote

The "no" vote from the Cypriot Parliament to the Eurogroup bailout plan has been the dominating issue in headlines of the international press, which...

Cypriots Frantic As Bailout Hits Bank Accounts

Angry Cypriots who weren’t notified that up to 9.9 percent of their bank deposits would be seized by the newly-elected Conservative government to help...

Cyprus Wants Greece To Pay For Bailout

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

Anastasiades Wants Greek Bailout Too

Awaiting a 10 billion euros ($13 billion) rescue package from international lenders, new Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades was in Athens on March 31 looking...

Greek Bank Leader Says Crisis Ending

Despite tax revenues falling far short of expectations as austerity measures have cut deep into the disposable income of Greeks who have responded by...

Cyprus Bailout Could Cost $11.8 Billion

As Cypriots headed to the polls on Feb. 24 to elect a new President in a run-off between the frontrunner, Conservative Nicos Anastasiades and...

Bank of Greece Acquires Eurobank

With Greek banks still reeling from big losses imposed by the government in a desperate bid to write down its staggering $460 billion debt,...

Cyprus “Bail-In”Could Wipe Out Investors

A pending bailout for Cyrus, whose banks were brought to the edge of default when their holdings in Greek bonds were devalued 74 percent...

Goldman Sachs Says No Greek Growth Plans

The President of the American investment firm Goldman, Sachs, blamed by some critics for helping cause Greece's crushing economic crisis with its financial instruments,said...

TT Bank Split Gets The OK

Greece's more than century-old Hellenic Postbank faces a big change - over the protest of its workers - after the newspaper Kathimerini reported that...

Bank of Cyprus Cuts 300 Greek Staff

The Bank of Cyprus (BoC), the island’s biggest lender, said losses incurred by its holding in Greek bonds that were devalued 74 percent last...

Greece Asks EU Help To Catch Tax Cheats

Conceding that Greece can’t deal with tax cheats alone, the government is going to bring in tax experts and analysts from other European countries...

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