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Local index heads toward 830 level With banking shares leasing the gains. Eurobank and Piraeus Bank outperform 8.09% and 6.14% respectively. Aegean Airlines loses 1.22%. Turnover is higher than yesterday at 28 million euro. Alpha Bank will be removed from the STOXX Europe 600 Index, as of June 22, 2015.

Greeces Governing Left Divided Over Debt Terms

As financial pressure mounts on Greece to sign a deal with its foreign lenders, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is facing what may be his biggest problem yet: the struggle within the ruling Syriza party over whether to swallow creditors tough terms or default.

Sakellaridis: Agreement is imperative for Greece and for eurozone

"It is certainly a matter of a short time, thats the governments aim, until the end of May or early June to be in position to have reached a mutually beneficial agreement".

Start ups could be a key to Greeces crisis

Start ups could be a key to Greece’s crisisStart up Business could be is a component to the solution for Greeces crisis. The best think is that the impact from the start up industry could be very fast, Rafi Nave, manager of the Entrepreneurship Center at The Technion told in an exclusive interview.

Euro Weaker On Greek Debt Fears, Dollar Nears Year High Vs Yen

Euro Weaker On Greek Debt Fears, Dollar Nears Year High Vs YenThe euro hit a one-month low against the dollar in Asia trade Tuesday as fears lingered about the Greek debt situation, while the dollar chalked up a fresh high for more than two months against the yen.
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Greece Wont Meet IMF Repayments in June, Minister Says

"This money will not be given," he said. "It does not exist."

SYRIZA Central Committee approved resolution

The central committee of Syriza approved yesterday the negotiating line that urges the government not to give in to "memorandum-style" agreements.

Greece sends to Institutions its tax reform proposals

For the overhaul of the VAT regime in an attempt to speed up the negotiations.

Varoufakis: Negotiations at their most difficult

"The government should take all existing wages above 700 euros and bring them below 700 euros."

New poll shows Syriza maintains 21% lead

Syriza is polling at 36.5% with New Democracy at 15.5%.

Germany Shows Openness Toward Greek Bailout Referendum

"It may even be a right measure to ask the Greek people to decide" Schäuble said.

"The negotiation has entered the final stretch"

The council, gave clear instructions to the negotiating team ahead of the Brussels Group.

Moscovici notes significant progress in Greek-EU negotiations

We are making substantial progress and progress in substance, he told reporters.
ECB raised marginally the ELA ceiling by €0.2bn to €80.2bn

ECB raised marginally the ELA ceiling by 0.2bn to 80.2bn

The governing board of the European Central Bank decided against a bigger cut on the value of the collateral Greek lenders can use to draw liquidity from the Eurosystem.
Moody’s changed the outlook for the Greek banking sector to negative

Moodys changed the outlook for the Greek banking sector to negative

The outlook for the Greek banking system is negative, primarily reflecting the acute deterioration in Greek banks funding and liquidity, says Moodys Investors Service in a new report published yesterday. These pressures are unlikely to ease over the next 12-18 months.
European Commission revises downwards its economic forecasts for Greece

European Commission revises downwards its economic forecasts for Greece

According to the Commissions Spring report, issued yesterday, the Greek GDP is seen growing by just 0.5% in 2015 and 2.9% in 2016 vs. the Winter forecasts of 2.5% and 3.6% respectively. Note that the government expects a 1.4% growth rate for this year.



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