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Agreement with Greece is Improbable Today, Admit EU Officials

Agreement with Greece is Improbable Today, Admit EU Officials

The finance ministers of euro zone said they were unlikely to finalize a deal on the framework of a third Greek bailout, cutting off Greece from the badly needed cash boost. Germany led group within the euro zone countries are staunchly […]

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Merkel rules, Tsipras learns the hard lesson

Alexis Tsipras is betting against the odds: further displeasing Angela Merkel. Angela Merkel’s discontent paved the way for the former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi and Greek leader George Papandreou to their political graveyard. Tsipras used up all the goodwill he […]

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Greece awaits Monday in hope to reach some negotiation succsess

Greece awaits Monday in hope to reach some negotiation succsess

Alexis Tsipras and his left oriented government had a much fulfilled day yesterday. In a joggling game to make peace with both the International Monetary Fund and their own people, promises were made that concessions for the creditors will be […]

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Tsipras believes Greece will come out even stronger

Tsipras believes Greece will come out even stronger

The Prime Minister of Greece, Alexis Tsipras gave some optimistic statements about the outcome of the negotiations, but that seems is not enough for the Greek people. Today, in less than twenty four hours, they pulled back more than one […]

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Deal Can Be Reached Says Tsirpas

Deal Can Be Reached Says Tsirpas

The never ending Greek drama will continue on Monday. Tsirpas is confident that deal can be reached in the emergency summit of European leaders.   The financial institutions led the Athens Stock Exchange index higher on Friday anticipating deal at the end […]

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Varoufakis: Stock markets connected to euro, euro connected to Greece, hope IMF is bluffing

Varoufakis: Stock markets connected to euro, euro connected to Greece, hope IMF is bluffing

Greece is in a tight race with time. Cash for reforms deal must be made in the next few days, and stock markets around the world dictate their daily routine according to the news and even speculations connected to the […]

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IMF left the act, the show depends solely on Greece

IMF left the act, the show depends solely on Greece

The IMF brought their threats into realization and pulled out of the negotiations about Greece’s debt. This cause turbulence on the stock markets, but not as big as it could’ve been, because there were speculations pointing towards this outcome for […]

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No answer for Greece, no meeting for Tsipras?

No answer for Greece, no meeting for Tsipras?

Although EU officials said yesterday that they instantly refused the proposal Greece delivered to them, statements coming from Athens claim they got no response. The cash for reforms deal is still on shaky ground, but now there is a lot […]

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Greece’s proposal refused, another chance in Wednesday

Greece’s proposal refused, another chance in Wednesday

The European Union and the euro zone creditors refused the promise of economic reform that Greece gave to them. A swift rejection is all they got for now. It is considered to be good, but not good enough for Europe […]

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Juncker denied a call from Tsipras

Juncker denied a call from Tsipras

After Greece’s Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras rejected the proposal he got from the international creditors and labeled the same as “ridiculous “ , there has now been a new development. Jean Claude Juncker, the president of the European Commission didn’t […]

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