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Banks lost more than 27% in four sessions General Index continued its slide on Monday, due to heavy selling pressures in banks. Banking Index lost almost 10% in todays session. Other blue chips followed such as PPC (-7%) and Motor Oil (-3.5%). On the other hand, OPAP advanced 5.1%, Titan Cement +4.03% and Hellenic Telecom ended 2.81% higher.

Dijsselbloem urges Greek authorities to begin reform process

The Eurogroup is set to approve funding to Greece even within this month, as long as Greece delivers on the recently agreed upon framework, in order to facilitate what the articles is referring to as a mounting March cash crunch.

Greek FinMin says payments to the IMF are a priority

In an interview with the Associated Press during the weekend, the Greek FinMin stressed that debt repayments to the IMF are a priority for the govt which will squeeze blood out of stone so as to meet the cEUR1.5bn amount payable to the IMF in March.

Government to table draft laws within the week

Government to table draft laws within the weekThe governments first draft law will concern the humanitarian crisis, as part of the legislative initiatives announced by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. A series of bills on the settlement of the overdue debts to the State, legislation on the protection of primary residence and the re-operation of former national broadcaster ERT will follow.

Merkel Asks Greece for Details of Planned Economic Reforms

Merkel Asks Greece for Details of Planned Economic ReformsGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel called on Greece to specify the economic reforms it intends to carry out after gaining a four-month extension for its bailout program.
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Varoufakis: No tranche if we have to continue the memorandum

"The extraordinary contribution, if imposed, will concern those who did not pay any taxes although they were able to do so".

Greeces OTE to Reinstate Dividend After Four Year Freeze--CEO

Amid signs that some of its core operations were steadying after years of decline.

ERT bill will be possibly tabled in Parliament next week

He said that the government and the partners have the political will to find a solution.

Schaeuble: Credibility of new Greek plan still in doubt

"It wasnt easy an easy decision for us but neither was it easy for the Greek government".

Former Elliniko airport privatisation to go ahead

According to the Court of Audit by a unanimous and irreversible ruling.

Alternate FinMin estimates funding gap at 11bn by end-June

o tranche of the 7.2bn of delayed disbursements should be expected.

Greece commits not to roll back on already completed privatisations

It is materially different to the announcements made by several ministers in the previous weeks.
Fitch: Τhe Greek deal is positive, but financing lags

Fitch: he Greek deal is positive, but financing lags

Fitch stated yesterday that the likely agreement to extend Greeces financing agreement for up to four months significantly reduces the near-term risk of a breakdown in relations between Greece and its creditors.
Greek finance chief: We want to regain EU΄s trust

Greek finance chief: We want to regain EUs trust

"The reason why we have this four-month period is to re-establish bonds of trust between us and our European partners as well as the IMF in order to build a new contract between us and our partners so as to put an end to this debt inflationary spiral," Yanis Varoufakis said in an interview with CNBC.
Varoufakis: "I believe the Greek proposal will be approved on Friday"

Varoufakis: "I believe the Greek proposal will be approved on Friday"

Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis expressed on Wednesday his belief that the Greek proposal for achieving an agreement with the countrys international lenders will be approved through a teleconference on Friday.



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