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What's Next for Greece

Schaeuble Shrugs Off Greek Vote Saying Euro Exit Is Best

bloomberg.com — German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble told Greece the only way it'll get a debt reduction is to leave the euro and cast doubt on the country's ability to even complete negotiations on a third bailout.

Greece Rewrites Economic Textbooks With Austerity on Austerity

bloomberg.com — It could be a chapter in an economics textbook: What happens when severe austerity is imposed on an economy that's already lost a quarter of its output? Greece will find out how bad it could be.
Jul 14, 2015

Greece Rewrites Economic Textbooks With Austerity on Austerity bloom.bg/1I09FNP via @business

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Tsipras To-Do List Grows in Athens as Bailout Sought in Brussels

bloomberg.com — As Alexis Tsipras negotiates in Brussels to keep Greece in the euro, he has a growing list of things to sort back home. While the Greek premier has resounding parliamentary backing for austerity, that mandate was also spurned by a chunk of his own ruling Syriza party.

Greek Bailout Dissected as German Skepticism Clouds Talks

bloomberg.com — European officials are grilling Greece on its bailout proposals in talks to save its place in the euro as a German-led bloc questions whether they go far enough. Hours after Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras won overwhelming support in Parliament for the package of spending cuts, pension savings and tax increases, some finance ministers arriving in Brussels voiced skepticism over the details.

Tsipras seeks Greek unity ahead of weekend EU meetings

smh.com.au — Greek lawmakers braced for a late-night debate on Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras's bailout proposal as creditors reserved judgment before a weekend of political wrangling on his nation's place in the euro. While the German government pledged to wait for a verdict from the European Commission, the International Monetary Fund and the European Central Bank, two euro-area officials speaking on condition of anonymity anticipated the country will dispute the plan.

Tsipras seeks Greek unity ahead of weekend EU meetings

smh.com.au — Greek lawmakers braced for a late-night debate on Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras's bailout proposal as creditors reserved judgment before a weekend of political wrangling on his nation's place in the euro. While the German government pledged to wait for a verdict from the European Commission, the International Monetary Fund and the European Central Bank, two euro-area officials speaking on condition of anonymity anticipated the country will dispute the plan.

Tsipras Vies for Greek Lawmaker Backing as Creditors Keep Silent

bloomberg.com — Greek lawmakers braced for a late-night debate on Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras's bailout proposal as creditors reserved judgment before a weekend of political wrangling on his nation's place in the euro. While the German government pledged to wait for a verdict from the European Commission, the International Monetary Fund and the European Central Bank, two euro-area officials speaking on condition of anonymity anticipated the country will dispute the plan.
Jul 10, 2015

RT @CraigStirling: Optimism from an Athens ATM outside Parliament, where they're about to vote on bailout bloom.bg/1HkCraq pic.twitter.com/Kb6glfvtnq

Jul 10, 2015

RT @CraigStirling: Optimism from an Athens ATM outside Parliament, where they're about to vote on bailout bloom.bg/1HkCraq pic.twitter.com/Kb6glfvtnq

Jul 10, 2015

RT @CraigStirling: Optimism from an Athens ATM outside Parliament, where they're about to vote on bailout bloom.bg/1HkCraq pic.twitter.com/Kb6glfvtnq

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Timeline: What's Coming Next for Greece?

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KKR Takes Control of 1.2 Billion Euros of Greek Bank’s Loans

bloomberg.com — (Bloomberg) -- KKR & Co., the private equity firm run by Henry Kravis and George Roberts, agreed to take control of 1.2 billion euros ($1.5 billion) of loans made by Piraeus Bank SA, Greece's second-largest lender by assets. KKR's credit arm will manage the portfolio of both souring and performing loans for "value enhancement," Athens-based Piraeus said in a statement today.
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Jul 19, 2015

“Alice In Schäuble-Land: Where Rules Mean What Wolfgang Says They Mean” by @WhelanKarl medium.com/bull-market/al…

Jul 16, 2015

@LorcanRK "Interrupt me when I'm explaining the PSI will you, I'll show you..."

Jul 16, 2015

@IrateGreek Yeah, but I remember when the Guardian's Comment is Free was still fun @kizzybizbot

Jul 16, 2015

@kizzybizbot @IrateGreek Barely looked at it in years, but had a glance the other day and first comment I saw thoroughly depressed me

Jul 16, 2015

@Birdyword @oditorium Kathimerini's headline a little misleading. I suspect intentionally so.

Jul 16, 2015

@Birdyword @oditorium That actually not quote correct. Those 12 arrested for graffiti on metro. 14 riot arrests incl 1 Italian, 1 Albanian



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