Dutch finance minister said list of planned reforms seemed likely to be an adequate basis for further negotiations
Greece delivered a list of reforms to debt inspectors
(BRUSSELS) — Greece and its European creditors have reached a deal over the country’s request to extend its bailout. An official close to discussions, who spoke...
Climb-down still leaves doubts in Germany that Athens is serious about implementing reforms
"If Grexit is as bad as we think it is, there will be few who want to imitate it"
Greece has reached a deal with Eurozone finance ministers to extend its financial bailout by another four months
The conditions of the bailout could remain a sticking point
The ball’s in your court, Eurozone tells Athens. Return it by Friday or else. What ball? Athens says.
Greece rejected what it says was an "irrational and unacceptable" demand
An imminent deal still appears to be some way off
It may have been a great tactic for Syriza in the elections but it is a major error for the Greek government in European negotiations
Germany reduces expectations as Eurogroup meets to find a way out of impasse for second time in a week
'I think it's just a matter of time before everyone recognizes that parting is the best strategy.'
Greek and Eurozone officials will meet again next Monday
Yanis Varoufakis is trying to gather support for his plan to reduce Greek debt repayments
Finance minister says Russia hasn't yet received a request for assistance
Both Budapest and Athens have flirted with support for Russia but have fallen in line with Brussels
Alexis Tsipras told voters he will re-negotiate Greece's crippling debt repayments
Alexis Tsipras had halted an agreed privatization and raised minimum wages
The newly elected government in Greece will test the patience of its German creditors with its demands for more financial help