Talks between the Greek government and the Brussels Group - the three institutions representing Greece's creditors - are to continue next Tuesday, it was announced.
- There must be single and uniform agreement, Greek gov't source says
- Update: Greek PM Tsipras: 'We're seeking a viable solution, not just a deal'
- Greece increased the current account deficit in March
- Uncertainty freezing investments, employment, SEV report says
- Greece to receive 171 million euros under initiative for youth employment, European Commission says
Main opposition New Democracy leader Antonis Samaras on Sunday slammed the government for "inadequacy," in statements after arriving at 'Nikos Kazantzakis' airport in Iraklio, Crete. Samaras is visiti ...
- Greek ANEL party says it will not support new austerity measures
- SYRIZA leads over ND but the support from Greeks declining
- New Democracy accuses government of unreliability after report on alleged letter to IMF
- Previous government rushed elections due to 452-mln-euro 'gap' in revenues, Alt. FinMin Mardas claims
- "The red lines will not be overcome", Greek government said after the joint statements for a compromise
Unemployment is the second biggest problem in Greece after its debt and its negotiation, Deputy Minister for Combatting Unemployment Rania Antonopoulou said in an interview published by a Greek newspa ...
- OTE announces voluntary retirement scheme
- NATO, EU should cooperate to eliminate extremism in the Balkans, says Defence Min. Kammenos
- Creditors insist on the reduction of pensions, Social Insurance Min sec gen says
- Nearly 45 pct of pensions in Greece below poverty line, Alt. Social Insurance Minister says
- Labour Day marches held throughout Greece
Building materials' prices fell 1.8 pct in April, compared with the same month in 2014, reflecting a large decline in international oil prices, Hellenic Statistical Authority said on Friday.
- Piraeus Bank agrees to sell Egyptian subsidiary to Al Ahli Bank of Kuwait for 150 mln US dollars
- Eleven Greek regions below EU-28 average per capita rate in 2013, Eurostat
- Hellenic Exchanges approved dividend payment
- Use of plastic money has very favorable growth prospects in Greece
- ECB reduced the available liquidity to the Greek banks [Update]
Partly cloudy and northerly winds are forecast for Saturday.
Fitch Ratings has revised the Outlook on Hungary's Long-term foreign and local currency Issuer Default Ratings (IDR) to Positive from Stable and affirmed the IDRs at 'BB+' and 'BBB-' respectively.
- Positive outlook for Netherlands -S&P
- Moody's: Four largest French banks diminish wholesale funding reliance and improve liquidity reserves
- Eurozone is the world's largest capital exporter
- Update: Head of S&D Group Gianni Pittella meets party leaders in Athens
- Euro area flash composite PMI for May fell for the second consecutive month - Credit Suisse
The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged a father and son in New York with conducting a serial insider trading scheme involving tips of key nonpublic information in coded e-mail messages d ...
Moody's Investors Service says that underwriting discipline and capital are key variables in maintaining the health of bank credit profiles in Australia, in the face of rising housing market imbalance ...
- China's latest interest rate cut will lower bank profitability; loan rates to fall more than deposit rates
- S&P: Turkey downgraded to 'BBB-/A-3'; Outlook remains negative
- Nepal earthquake: EU mobilises all emergency response means
- Turkey on course to becoming a key player in golf resort development
- Moody's: Chinese banks' required reserve ratio cuts will sustain monetary growth, a credit positive
A stabilizing political landscape and growth-supporting reforms, as well as continued support from some Gulf states, are helping Egypt's economic recovery, Standard & Poor's reported.
Income inequality has reached record highs in most OECD countries and remains at even higher levels in many emerging economies.
- ILO warns of widespread insecurity in the global labour market
- Pension funds’ assets in 2014 top USD 25 trillion in OECD countries
- Stalling economic growth in Emerging Europe and Central Asia
- IMF: Greece is a risk for the global financial system
- Uncertainty threatens the Greece recovery, IMF WEO warns