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Eurogroup Approves Disbursement of 978 Million Euros to Greece

The Eurogroup on Friday approved the positive recommendation of the College of Commissioners for the disbursement of the 978 million euros which are owed...

No Agreement on Primary Residence Protection Delays Eurozone Cash to Greece

The Euro Working Group concluded its meeting on Monday night without an agreement on when the Eurozone will release the first tranche of approximately...

Eurogroup Postpones Decision on Cash Disbursement to Greece

European officials postponed the decision on whether or not Eurogroup will authorize the already-agreed upon disbursement of cash to Greece until the next Euro-working...

EU Warns Greece It May Lose €750 Million in Funds

The European Commission reportedly warned Greece today that it risks losing €750 million in funds if it fails to complete a raft of reforms...

Greece Will Receive €1 Billion of Profit Returns on Greek Bonds

Greece is expected to receive €1 billion ($1.13 billion) of profit returns on Greek bond holdings in 2019, the Managing Director of the European...

EuroWorking Group Suggests Greece Can Meet Targets Without Pension Cuts

The "EuroWorking" group, an advisory body to the Eurogroup of the European Union, was ''broadly positive" on Thursday regarding the Greek state budget and...

Greece and European Commission Close To Agreement on Pension Cuts

The European Commission is nearing an agreement with the Greek government to approve Greece's draft budget for 2019, European sources said on state-run A.M.N.A....

EU to Decide How Greece’s Primary Surplus Should be Used

Greece's budget for 2019 will be assessed by creditors who will decide how the surplus will be spent, Eurogroup President Mario Centeno announced on...

Greece Tables Two Versions for 2019 Budget

The draft budget for 2019 was tabled in the Greek Parliament on Monday in two versions: One without pension cuts and one with pension...

Greek Pension Cuts: Decision to Be Made by December, According to EU Official

According to Eurozone officials, the decision regarding the issue of the scheduled for January 2019 Greek pension cuts will be made in December, after...

Dijsselbloem: Eurozone Countries Asked Too Much From Greece

During an interview on Dutch television current affairs program Nieuwsuur on Saturday, former Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem stated that the Eurozone countries asked too...

Is Greece Out of the Woods? Key Dates from a Decade of Crisis

It has been a long and painful road for Greece and its people during a decade of economic meltdown and austerity. As analysts pick over...

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