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Banks lost 20% in 4 sessions Another negative session for local shares as Greece remained the negative theme for the markets again while German 10yr yields touched record low. Banking shares were the weakest link all this time, while today only Eurobank ended positive. Turnover accelerated from previous sessions.

Greece Creditors Grim on Prospects of Deal

Greeces international creditors signaled they are losing hope that Athens will do what is needed to unlock bailout funds before it runs out of money, and Greek government bond prices plunged as concerns rose about default and an exit from the eurozone.

Greek Bailout Talks to be Held Saturday

Meetings of the so-called Brussels Group--which in addition to the commission and Greek officials also includes the International Monetary Fund and the European Central Bank--will take place this weekend, Mina Andreeva said.

Tsipras optimistic that a deal can be snatched by end-April

Tsipras optimistic that a deal can be snatched by end-AprilEurope will not succumb to the radical views of some people and will not choose the path of the immoral and ruthless financial blackmail but the one of bridging differences, the path of stability and mutual respect".

EU officials say a deal in April 24 Eurogroup is unlikely

EU officials say a deal in April 24 Eurogroup is unlikelyEuropean and IMF officials indicated that a lack of progress in negotiations between the Greek government and the countrys creditors meant it was unlikely a deal could be reached in time for a Eurogroup summit scheduled for April 24.
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Schaeuble: Unrealistic to expect aid payment to Greece in April

"There are no signs that financial markets were worried about a possible Greek default".

Greece Falls Short of Budget Target

The countrys budget deficit was 3.5% of gross domestic product in 2014.

DEPA announces a minimum 16% cut in gas prices

Assuming no unexpected change in the EUR/USD parity.

Blanchard (IMF): Greek crisis cannot be ruled out

"A Greek exit from the eurozone would be particularly painful for the country".

SETE: Strong international tourist arrivals for Q1

The increase was mainly driven by Athens strong performance.

EU considers probe into unfair state aid for south European banks

To determine if Greece, Portugal, Spain and Italy should face an investigation.

Piraeus Bank: Agreement with KKR cancelled

The agreement was initially announced on December 12 last year.

Greeces emergency plan on refugees

Greece has been lately receiving large inflows of war refugees which are expected to increase.

Greek government dismisses early elections scenarios

"The best answer to such scenarios is the popular legitimacy that the governments policy enjoys.
S&P Cuts Ratings on Greece

S&P Cuts Ratings on Greece

Standard & Poors Ratings Services cut its credit ratings on Greece deeper into junk territory, saying it expects the countrys debt and financial commitments to be unsustainable without deep economic reform. The credit rater, which lowered its ratings by one notch to triple-C-plus, added the outlook is negative given the risk of liquidity worsening.
ECB Lifts Ceiling on Greek Loans

ECB Lifts Ceiling on Greek Loans

The ECB increased the amount of money Greek banks can borrow under an emergency-lending program, extending a lifeline for the countrys banks as its government continues tense negotiations with its creditors over its bailout program.
Greek-Russian Summit Marks Defiance Against EU -- Update

Greek-Russian Summit Marks Defiance Against EU -- Update

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras met at a much-anticipated summit here on Wednesday that brought together two world leaders known for rallying their constituencies by defying the European Union.



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