New government holds first talks with creditors, may opt for cautious fiscal approach
Lenders urge new government to meet fiscal targets as Athens issues 7-year bond
Eurogroup emphasises limited room for discussion on fiscal targets
Regling underlines concerns about fiscal target after voter-friendly measures
Eurozone set to give next govt until Sept to address fiscal issues
EC warns budget not on track due to handouts, advises against further underspend
Banks and government inching towards new framework to protect primary homes
Talks between banks and the Greek government on the primary residence protection framework are due to continue this week, with the latter being left under no illusions by its European lenders that it will have to move quickly on this and a number of other issues over the next few weeks if the March 11 Eurogroup is to give the green light for further debt relief measures.
A meeting between the CEOs of the four systemic banks and senior government officials on Monday is said to have led to the two sides moving closer to each other. Government and bank sources told the local media that there were signs of convergence and t...
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