Mood sours as focus switches to next set of prior actions

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The 2016 budget was passed relatively comfortably on Saturday, with all 153 coalition MPs voting for the economic plan, but attention is quickly shifting to the next set of prior actions that Greece has to pass before Christmas.

Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos is due to brief his counterparts on the situation in Greece, including the bank recapitalisation, at Monday’s Eurogroup, while the representatives of the country’s lenders are due back in Athens on Tuesday.

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