Greece expects no surprises from ECB despite questioning chances of deal

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: European Union

The Greek government appears confident that a meeting of the European Central Bank’s governing council today will not result in a greater haircut being applied to the collateral provided by Greek banks seeking emergency liquidity (ELA).

Deputy Prime Minister Yiannis Dragasakis and the head of Greece’s negotiating team Euclid Tsakalotos seem to have left Tuesday’s meeting with ECB president Mario Draghi with the impression that there will be no negative impact from today’s governing cou...

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