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Greece Shuts Down Banking System The decision came after the European Central Bankmeeting in an emergency session Sundayopted not to expand a lifeline of emergency funds that has been sustaining Greek banks while nervous depositors pulled their money out.

Tsipras: Referendum will take place either our partners want it or not

We will defend democracy, popular sovereignty and the founding values of Europe, he told lawmakers, while adding that the government will not ask permission by Schaeuble or Dijsselbloem to allow the people to have their sa

Athex ended the week 16% higher before deadline

The news that the Greek government said to reject creditors proposal for 15.5bn bailout extension, deeming financing inadequate, state-run Athens News reported , came after market close.

European Stocks, Bonds, Euro Seen Falling After Shutdown of Greek Banks

European Stocks, Bonds, Euro Seen Falling After Shutdown of Greek BanksEuropean bonds and stocks were expected to slump Monday, after Greece over the weekend shut banks and imposed capital controls in a bid to prevent a severely battered banking system from collapsing completely.

First Red Ink, then Call for Greek Referendum

First Red Ink, then Call for Greek ReferendumThe policies the institutions wanted instead looked impossible for Mr. Tsipras to sell to his left-wing Syriza party back home. Greek officials say that when Mr. Tsipras also failed to get Merkel and other European leaders to cut him some slack, he opted on Friday to let the voters decide.
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Document Lays Out Divisions on Greece

Significant divisions remain, according to a document seen by The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday ahead of a crucial meeting of eurozone finance ministers.

EU Commissions Moscovici Says Deal on Greece Possible Monday

"The Greek government understood, that it had to send correct and solid counter proposals" he said.

Pressure Mounts on Europe to Find Greek Solution

The latest plan from Athens,was described by Greek and European officials over the weekend.

Bank Crunch Leaves Greece Few Options

s Greek savers continue to pull their money from banks.

Frances Hollande Sees Progress in Negotiations With Greece

"There is progress in talks, new proposals are made", Mr. Hollande told reporters in Paris.

Greek Proposal Makes Potentially Big Concession, Officials Say

Three officials familiar with the plan said.

ECBs Weidmann Criticizes Greek Banks Reliance on Emergency Funding -- Update

"Emergency liquidity assistance in Greece has been provided for a protracted period".

Ahold, Delhaize Agree on $29 Billion Merger

Creating one of the largest supermarket operators in the U.S.
΄Grexit΄ Isn΄t the Scary Prospect It Once Was

Grexit Isnt the Scary Prospect It Once Was

When Greek voters were threatening to reject the countrys bailout program in June 2012 elections, skepticism rose in the German government about whether keeping Greece in the eurozone was worth the trouble--and the money.
ECB Bond-Buying Plan Declared Legal

ECB Bond-Buying Plan Declared Legal

The program, called Outright Monetary Transactions, was announced in 2012 by ECB President Mario Draghi, who promised to "do whatever it takes" to ensure that the sovereign debt crisis in southern eurozone countries wouldnt bring down the common currency.
S&P Downgrades Greece Deeper Into Junk -- 3rd Update

S&P Downgrades Greece Deeper Into Junk -- 3rd Update

Standard & Poors Ratings Services has downgraded Greeces credit rating to triple-C, reflecting its view that the government will likely default on its commercial debt within the next 12 months, without an agreement with its creditors.



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