Posts Tagged: bailout

The IMF Published This Cryptic Statement On Greece Following Yesterday’s Der Spiegel Bombshell

  The IMF has said that it will meet with Greek officials later this week to get the country’s economic program “back on track.” This statement comes in the wake of yesterday’s bombshell Der Spiegel article alleging that the IMF will not

The IMF Published This Cryptic Statement On Greece Following Yesterday’s Der Spiegel Bombshell

  The IMF has said that it will meet with Greek officials later this week to get the country’s economic program “back on track.” This statement comes in the wake of yesterday’s bombshell Der Spiegel article alleging that the IMF will not

Greek program needs redesigning, says PIMCO CEO

      By Tom Ellis Greece should take up the issue of separating the 50 billion euros that went toward recapitalizing the country’s banks from the country’s public debt with its European partners and the International Monetary Fund, says

Greek program needs redesigning, says PIMCO CEO

      By Tom Ellis Greece should take up the issue of separating the 50 billion euros that went toward recapitalizing the country’s banks from the country’s public debt with its European partners and the International Monetary Fund, says

Yannis Stournaras, financ…

Yannis Stournaras, finance minister, said the governing coalition would have to accelerate reforms before asking for modifications in a €174bn programme agreed in February with the European Union and the International Monetary Fund.

 

Greece Gives Up Immediate Plan For Getting New Bailout Terms

Yannis Stournaras, financ…

Yannis Stournaras, finance minister, said the governing coalition would have to accelerate reforms before asking for modifications in a €174bn programme agreed in February with the European Union and the International Monetary Fund.

 

Greece Gives Up Immediate Plan For Getting New Bailout Terms

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Finns, Dutch cast doubt on eurozone deal

Finland and the Netherlands, the euro zone’s most hardline creditor states, cast the first doubts on Monday on a European summit deal designed to save Spain and Italy from being engulfed by the currency bloc’s debt crisis. The Finnish government

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Finns, Dutch cast doubt on eurozone deal

Finland and the Netherlands, the euro zone’s most hardline creditor states, cast the first doubts on Monday on a European summit deal designed to save Spain and Italy from being engulfed by the currency bloc’s debt crisis. The Finnish government

ECB representative tells Athens to focus on reforms

Greece would benefit more from speeding up structural reforms than spending time right now on renegotiating its bailout deal with its lenders, European Central Bank executive board member Joerg Asmussen told The Economist Conference in Athens on Monday. “The first

ECB representative tells Athens to focus on reforms

Greece would benefit more from speeding up structural reforms than spending time right now on renegotiating its bailout deal with its lenders, European Central Bank executive board member Joerg Asmussen told The Economist Conference in Athens on Monday. “The first

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Greek diaspora tapped for donations to cancel debt

Vangelis Marinakis, the owner of Olympiakos Football Club – is said to have contributed 3,000 euros for each of the club’s 55 staff Greeks living abroad are being asked to contribute to a charity domiciled in Delaware that plans to

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Greek diaspora tapped for donations to cancel debt

Vangelis Marinakis, the owner of Olympiakos Football Club – is said to have contributed 3,000 euros for each of the club’s 55 staff Greeks living abroad are being asked to contribute to a charity domiciled in Delaware that plans to

Myths can’t save Greece now

The way in which certain myths took hold regarding Greece’s recourse to international assistance — essentially poisoning Greek public opinion before being debunked — is nothing short of impressive. Many believed, for instance, that Greece turning for help to Europe

Myths can’t save Greece now

The way in which certain myths took hold regarding Greece’s recourse to international assistance — essentially poisoning Greek public opinion before being debunked — is nothing short of impressive. Many believed, for instance, that Greece turning for help to Europe