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26/05 IMF open to possibility of participating in the Greek program without funding
Poul Thomsen seems to have adopted the idea which was at the time rejected by the Greek side through the Greek Finance Minister who mentioned that the Greek Govt would need time to contemplate the idea.
26/05 New Pulse poll shows ND leading by 13% margin vs. 12% in April
Syriza is at 17% (unchanged).
26/05 Tsipras discussed debt relief with Merkel, Macron
The three leaders agreed to stay in touch regarding
26/05 Trump slams Germanys US trade surplus as bad
During meetings with EU leaders, US President Donald Trump threatened to curb the sale of millions of German cars in the US. In comments leaked to German press he said Germany was acting in a bad way.
25/05 Former Greek Prime Minister Papademos injured in car blast: reports
Greek former Prime Minister Lucas Papademos and his driver were injured after an explosive device went off in a car, media have reported. Papademos also once headed the Greek central bank.
25/05 Greek budget posts 1.726 bln primary surplus over January-April period
The surplus was above targets due to a significant decrease of expenses at EUR 16.44bn vs a target of EUR 18.17bn.
25/05 Piraeus Bank reported a small loss of Eur6 mn in Q1 17
The NPL stock was reduced by Eur0.3 bn qoq to Eur24.1 bn through write-offs of Eur0.7 bn.
25/05 Mitsotakis criticizes Tsipras for negative outcome at Eurogroup
The New Democracy leader said Tsipras loves power but doesnt love truth equally and accused him of pretending to be a reformist just to remain in power.
25/05 Intralot; 4% EBITDA growth
Net losses narrowed yoy coming in at 5.5m vs. 9.9m in the same period last year.
25/05 Motor Oil reported strong Q1 results
The group reported EBITDA of EUR 169.3mn, which stood 47% higher vs. the reported Q1 of last year.
25/05 Tsipras: We expect our partners to respect sacrifices of Greek people
Greece has made its own concessions to complete the second program review and implement reforms and it is now time for Germany and the International Monetary Fund to make their own, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said.
25/05 ESM confidential document describes three scenarios for Greek debt
he paper was composed for EZ finance ministers and the IMF ahead of a Eurogroup meeting last Monday, which had been forecast to conclude with an agreement over the Greek bailout. However, nothing concrete was decided.
25/05 Brazils Temer deploys military to quell violent protests
A small group of protesters set fire to an agricultural ministry building in Brasilia. Several other official buildings were evacuated in the wake of mounting protests demanding President Michel Temer step down
25/05 Trumps policy of isolation against Iran
After US President Donald Trumps Middle East tour, it was clear that he seeks to further isolate Tehran, despite all the current sociopolitical changes the country is undergoing. How should Irans president react?
25/05 Teenagers understand little about money - OECD
A study of some 48,000 15-year-olds suggests that a quarter of teens struggle with simple personal finance tasks. The OECD says many youngsters lack the necessary education to make informed decisions.
25/05 Will Manchester change after the attack?
As people in Manchester woke up to a "critical" terror threat level and the prospect of soldiers on the streets, Lars Bevanger reflects on what the terror attack might mean for the citys cohesion and sense of optimism.
24/05 Pittella: Schaeuble continues to be a problem for Europe
He accused him of behaviour that was contrary to the interests of Europe as a whole.
24/05 Tzanakopoulos: There is no scenario where loans to Greece are not disbursed
Government spokesman said in an interview with the private channel SKAI.
24/05 S&P upgraded Titan Cement to BB+ from BB
The rating agency affirmed the short-term ratings on Titan at B.
24/05 IMF calls for more realism
"Mr. Thomsen said that the measures legislated by the Greece are strong, tackling difficult issues like pension and tax reform, but more needs to be done before the IMF comes on board".
24/05 Handelsblatt: Schaeuble, IMF move toward compromise on Greek Debt relief
IMF is prepared to approve Greek debt relief program that would restrict the fund from paying out money until Greece reaches a level of debt sustainability, Handelsblatt reports, citing unidentified people familiar with the negotiations.
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