Reuters Exclusive Greece will need far bigger debt relief than euro zone partners have been prepared to envisage so far due to the devastation of its
Eurozone leaders are telling Greece it has to restore trust by enacting key reforms before talks can open on a new financial rescue package to keep
Greek churchgoers on Sunday may well have been praying for a miracle. Their near-bankrupt country needs every bit of help it can get, with Athens in
Sceptical euro zone finance ministers have called for Greece to go beyond the bailout measures it has accepted, if negotiations on Athens’ latest
Eurozone finance ministers have been meeting on Saturday to decide whether to negotiate a third bailout for Greece after Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras won parliamentary backing for painful austerity m
Eurozone finance ministers have been gathering in Brussels for the all-important Eurogroup meeting that could help determine the country’s fate. The
Weary from years of austerity, months of turbulent negotiations with international paymasters – and finally a referendum where a “No” has brought
The Greek parliament give a very bright green light to Alexis Tsipras' crucial reform proposals, taking Athens one step closer to remaining in the euro zone.
The Greek parliament gives the green light to Alexis Tsipras' crucial reform proposals, taking Athens one step closer to remaining in the euro zone.
The Greek parliament is voting tonight on the crucial third version of a deal aimed at freeing up 53.5 billion euros in bailout funds from
Life’s a beach, or at least that’s the impression some Athens locals wished to give when euronews went to gauge reactions to the ongoing financial
“We live in Europe and this is not negotiable,” was the chant of some 5,000 demonstrators in the Greek capital. Gathered in front of the parliament
With bankruptcy looming, Greece submits a last-ditch cash-for-reforms package to its international lenders.
The IMF has cut its forecast for global growth from 3.5 percent to 3.3, blaming a weaker first quarter in the US. This is lower and slower than last
Germany’s finance minister, who some have refered to as the eurozone’s “grumpy paymaster” has made light of the Greek crisis. As Greece races to
Those Greeks who can afford it are buying up high value electrical products, using cards, not cash, since ATMs only allow withdrawals of 60 euros at
Greece has until midnight tonight (July 9) to deliver what its Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has promised will be credible reform plans, in order to
Greece’s new finance minister entered the fray for the first time on Tuesday and clearly didn’t want to alienate his euro zone colleagues. Carrying
Greece has until the end of the week to come up with new proposals to secure a deal with creditors to keep the county from crashing out of of the
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Greece’s new finance minister has taken up the negotiating baton only hours after it was announced that flamboyant and often bombastic Yanis
It is not the answer that Greece’s Central Bank wanted to hear. Its hopes of more financial support have been dashed after the European Central Bank
The leaders of France and Germany have told Athens that the door is still open for debt negotiations with creditors. But at urgent talks in Paris on
The door is open to discussions but Paris and Berlin expect credible and serious proposals from Greece – with time running out to find a bailout
Euclid Tsakalotos has been sworn in as Greece’s new finance minister after Yanis Varoufakis resigned. Analysts say the 55-year-old, who speaks Greek
Spanish Economy Minister Luis De Guindos says a Greek exit was not being contemplated by Madrid.