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Dijsselbloem, EZ officials hint: No Greek Deal will be reached May 24

I don’t know the original source of this statement but Greek media report about it. Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem is said to have said that he “can’t say with certainty that Greek Deal is reached on May 24th.” Another high-ranking source of the Eurozone has reportedly said that “we haven’t …

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After a marathon of negotiations, extraordinary Eurogroup on Greece set on May 9th/2016

After a marathon of negotiations between Brussels, Paris, Amsterdam and Berlin, Eurogroup head Jeroen Dijsselbloem decided to set the meeting of eurozone finance ministers on Greece on Monday, May 9th 2016, at 3pm in Brussels. The date has been set after taking into consideration that “discussion about the debt needed …

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Eurogroup rests till Greece’s Referendum is over

Occasionally Silence is Golden. Therefore, the Eurogroup decided today to sit back and enjoy some tea until the nightmare is over: the Sunday’s Referendum. “No talks in the coming days….We will simply await now the outcome of the referendum on Sunday and take into account the outcome of that referendum,” …

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Dijsselbloem: “Everytime I meet Juncker, he embraces me and I get wet kisses”

“>In an interview with Dutch magazine Vrij Nederland, Eurogroup head Jeroen Dijsselbloem speaks among other about his relation with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker. Dijsselbloem says that his relation to the former Eurogorup chief had really  improved after he apologized twice for describing him as “a smoker and drinker.” Jeroen …

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Dijsselbloem: Greece deal “not possible this week”

Eurogroup chief, Dutch Finance Minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem, has dismissed Tuesday’s rumors suggesting that Greece and its international creditors had reached an agreement. “Theoretically a deal is not possible this week,” Dijsselbloem said pouring a barrel of cold water to any optimism at the Greek side. Speaking to Dutch TV, Dijsselbloem …

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Boring as Promised – Eurogroup on Greece: “Progress made, but… gaps”

It was short and rather …painful for Greece as it did not give a breath of liquidity to the cash-drained country. The eurogroup meeting ended with a rather usual statement stating: “There is progress, but..” The first message to Athens came from Valdis Dombrovskis, the European Commission Vice-President for the …

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