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Critics Pour Cold Water on Greek Debt Deal

Amid the hype over Greece's debt-relief deal struck with the Eurogroup on Thursday, dissenting voices have emerged, critical of the agreement which is said...

Eurozone Eyeing ‘Credible’ Greece Debt Relief, Says Centeno

Eurozone lenders will put together a debt-relief deal for Greece that will be credible to markets and involve a rescheduling of loans from the...

IMF, Eurozone Seek Last-Minute Deal on Greek Debt

Greece's eurozone creditors and the International Monetary Fund are trying to find a last-minute solution to the country's debt mountain so that the IMF...

Eurozone to Move on Greek Debt With or Without IMF: Reports

IMF agreement will not be necessary for a June 21 meeting of eurozone ministers to back Greek debt-repayment measures, it was claimed on Tuesday. Media...

Greece Presents EU with Draft Post-Bailout Growth Plan

Greece has presented a draft plan of growth to its EU creditors that could be implemented after the end of the current bailout program...

New Data Put Greek Annual Inflation Among Eurozone’s Lowest

  Greece's annual inflation was 0.4 percent in February, Eurostat reported on Friday, putting it among the lowest rates in the eurozone and below the...

Eurogroup Decides to Disburse €5.7B Sub-tranche to Greece by End March

Eurozone finance ministers decided on Monday that the third review of Greece's bailout program is complete and the €5.7 billion sub-tranche is to be...

No Discussion of Greek Debt Easing on Monday’s Eurogroup

On Monday's Eurogroup, eurozone finance ministers will not discuss Greece's debt easing, nor the supervision of Greek reforms after the bailout program ends in...

Economist Intelligence Unit: Greece Likely to Leave Eurozone in Medium Term

"Greece is more likely to leave the Eurozone in the medium term rather than continue to be a member," says an Economist Intelligence Unit...

Delay Hits €5.7B Greek Bailout Payment

Greece failed to receive a fourth €5.7-billion ($7 billion) tranche of bailout funds on Monday, despite a senior EU figure confirming Athens had met "99...

Greek Debt Viability Trajectory Worse than Expected

The sustainability of the Greek debt over time is one of the major issues tackled by world economists and a new report by the...

EU: Greece has Almost Half of Eurozone’s Bad Loans

Non-performing bank loans (NPLs) are a constant threat to the eurozone's banking system and a new report by the European Commission shows Greek institutions...

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