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2015/07/26 08:56
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FRANKFURT/ ATHENS: Greek banks are set to keep broad cash controls in place for months, until fresh money arrives from Europe and with it a sweeping restructuring, officials believe. Rehabilitating...
2015/07/26 08:56
2015/07/26 08:56
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2015/07/16 18:57
2015/07/16 18:57
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ATHENS: Greek banks will reopen on Monday, a senior banker told Reuters after the European Central Bank decided to increase emergency funding. Banks have been closed since June 29 after Athens...
2015/07/16 13:27
2015/07/16 13:27
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By Lefteris Karagiannopoulos and George Georgiopoulos ATHENS (Reuters) - Europe moved to re-open funding to Greece's stricken economy on Thursday, hours after a fractious Greek parliament approved a...
2015/07/16 10:56
2015/07/16 10:56
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ATHENS: Greece's bank bailout fund HFSF will name Aris Xenofos, a former executive who ran Eurobank's fund management unit, as its new chief executive, a banking source with knowledge of the matter...
2015/07/15 22:56
2015/07/15 22:56
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ATHENS: Greek anti-establishment protesters threw stones and dozens of petrol bombs at police in front of parliament on Wednesday before a key vote on a bailout deal, in some of the most serious...
2015/07/15 21:56
2015/07/15 21:56
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ΑTHENS: Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras called the country's president ahead of Wednesday's parliamentary vote on austerity measures demanded by creditors in return for financial aid, Mega TV...
2015/07/15 16:56
2015/07/15 16:56
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ATHENS: One of Greece's two deputy finance ministers resigned from the leftwing government on Wednesday, ahead of a crucial vote on reforms demanded by the country's creditors in exchange for a third...
2015/07/15 08:49
2015/07/15 08:49
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ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece's parliament speaker, speaking as in her capacity as a ruling party lawmaker, asked the 300-seat house on Wednesday not to approve a package of austerity measures demanded by...
2015/07/14 12:56
2015/07/14 12:56
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ATHENS: Greece's central government recorded a primary budget surplus of 1.87 billion euros (US$2.06 billion) in the first six months of the year, versus a targeted deficit due to a sharp fall in...
2015/07/14 11:56
2015/07/14 11:56
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ATHENS: Greece's parliament will pass legislation required for a new financial aid package from Europe's rescue fund despite dissenting views from some ruling party deputies, the country's interior...
2015/07/14 09:27
2015/07/14 09:27
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By Renee Maltezou and Angeliki Koutantou ATHENS (Reuters) - Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras had less than 48 hours on Tuesday to pass a series of pro-market reforms in parliament and smother...
2015/07/14 08:56
2015/07/14 08:56
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ATHENS: Greece made an 85 million euro (US$93.5 million) payment on a yen-denominated bond maturing on Tuesday, a government official told Reuters, averting a default on government debt held by...
2015/07/14 03:36
2015/07/14 03:36
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... Emergency funding to stay as Greece readies reforms * One week to go before big payment to ECB * In case of default, ECB could cut funding FRANKFURT, July 13 (Reuters) - The European Central...
2015/07/13 17:56
2015/07/13 17:56
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ATHENS: Greece will not meet a 450 million euro (320 million pounds) loan repayment to the International Monetary Fund that falls due on Monday given its severe cash crunch, two sources close to the...
2015/07/13 13:56
2015/07/13 13:56
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ATHENS: Greece will extend a bank holiday that has been in effect since June 29 for two more days, two bankers told Reuters on Monday after a meeting with the country's deputy finance minister. "The...
2015/07/13 12:49
2015/07/13 12:49
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ATHENS (Reuters) - Greek banks, shuttered for the past two weeks after a flood of withdrawals threatened to collapse the system, will remain closed for now, a finance ministry official said on Monday,...
2015/07/13 06:56
2015/07/13 06:56
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ATHENS: The strength of the Greek government's majority is in question and no-one can blame lawmakers who won't agree to the terms of a cash-for-reforms deal with the country's creditors, Labour...
2015/07/11 00:50
2015/07/11 00:50
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Pedestrians are reflected in the glass of an advertising board as they walk past a branch of The Royal Bank of Scotland in central London, Britain June 17, 2015. LONDON/ATHENS Royal Bank of Scotland...
2015/07/10 23:17
2015/07/10 23:17
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A total of 84 percent of Greeks want to keep the euro, with just 12 percent favoring a return to the drachma, an opinion poll showed on Friday, as the country races to clinch a cash-for-reforms deal...
2015/07/10 20:28
2015/07/10 20:28
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ATHENS (Reuters) - Several thousand leftist demonstrators protested in front of parliament in Athens on Friday ahead of a vote to support a package of cuts and tax hikes that closely resembled a...
2015/07/26 08:56
2015/07/26 08:56
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