Tsipras gives mixed message on expectations for crucial upcoming EurogroupPoliticsGreek Politics
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras gave mixed messages on Wednesday about what kind of proposal he might accept at the June 15 Eurogroup.
Athens absorbs Eurogroup fallout, hopes for better offerPoliticsGreek Politics
The failure of Greece's lenders to reach a deal at Monday's Eurogroup has sparked doubts about whether Athens will be offered any restructuring plan at this stage of the negotiations.
Debt deal eludes Greece and lenders, June 15 set as final deadlinePoliticsGreek Politics
Monday’s Eurogroup ended without an agreement on debt relief for Greece, with a possible decision being put back to the next gathering of eurozone finance ministers on June 15.
No certainties for Athens before Eurogroup as lenders try for debt dealPoliticsGreek Politics
Greece goes into Monday’s Eurogroup without any certainty that its lenders will arrive at a common position on how to put its public debt on a sustainable path.
Outline deal clinched at Eurogroup, focus now moves to AthensPoliticsGreek Politics
Friday’s Eurogroup in Malta resulted in Greece and the institutions reaching an agreement in principle that paves the way for the missions to return to Athens and a staff-level agreement (SLA) to be secured.
Athens hopes for deal at Eurogroup but doubts persistPoliticsGreek Politics
There are mixed views going into Friday’s Eurogroup in Malta about whether Greece and its lenders can reach an understanding that would pave the way for the return of the institutions to Athens and a staff-level agreement to be clinched in the coming days.
New Democracy in spotlight as coalition draws hope on labour reformsPoliticsGreek Politics
In the absence of any tangible developments from the ongoing talks in Brussels, fringe issues have dominated the political agenda in Greece since Monday.
The scenarios ahead for Greece as review hangs in balancePoliticsGreek Politics
As talks between Greek government officials and the country’s lenders continue in Brussels following Monday’s Eurogroup, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras can see a clear path to Greece’s exit from the bailout programme and the crisis but, given the obstacles in the way, there is also a good chance that things will not be that straightforward.
No return of institutions after Eurogroup but talks to continue in BrusselsEconomyProgramme
Monday’s Eurogroup in Brussels proved inconclusive as far as the Greek review is concerned but did result in some hope that efforts to conclude the review would intensify in the coming days.
Global deal in April ruled out as labour reforms prove biggest obstacleEconomyProgramme
Speaking to Parliament’s Economic Affairs Committee, Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos said on Thursday that the agreement with the institutions would be difficult but would also have “positive surprises,” which could pave the way for QE from the European Central Bank and lead to sustained growth.