Clock ticks on prior actions as coalition searches for solution on islands
Auctions, strikes trouble Tsipras but focus still on programme exit
SYRIZA in tight spot over strikes but poll deficit still closing
Mitsotakis rules out roles for relatives, Tsipras mulls way out of pension cuts
Opposition keeps spotlight on arms deal as coalition looks for way out
Centre-left agrees on new name, starts building party structure
Bond issue mulled amid pressure from judiciary clash, Varoufakis claims
The week begins with fresh rumours of an imminent return to the markets for Greece as the government comes under more pressure due to its clash with the country’s judiciary and revelations from former ministers.
Reports suggest that Athens believes that last week’s announcements from the International Monetary Fund and the lack of an upgrade from Standard & Poor’s were not enough to prevent a trial bond issue and the book-building process could begin as early a...
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