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Dijsselbloem: “Greek debt may lighten in 2014”

Oh oh oh. I’m not sure this is a good news. Given the efforts of Eurozone to use bank accounts money for bailouts, like in Cyprus. Nevertheless, Greek public debt seems to be a hopeless case, as in the first quarter of 2013 it was almost as high as in …

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Athens Stock Exchange plunges despite Cyprus deal

Athens Stock Exchange experiences a bad day hours after the Cyprus bailout deal and the statements of Eurogroup head Jeroen Dijsselbloem that Cyprus rescue plan would be applied also to other eurozone economies. As of 1 o’ clock noon Tuesday,  the General Index is down by 4.10% and below 900 …

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Official Eurogroup Statement on Cyprus Vote

“Statement by the Eurogroup President on Cyprus I take note of the decision of the Cypriot parliame nt on the government’s proposal for a one-off stability levy. I confirm that the Eurogroup stands ready to assist Cyprus in its reform efforts and reiterate the position of the Eurogroup as I stated …

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New Eurogroup Chief: Jeroen Dijsselbloem

This is the name we will have to deal with in the next years: Jeroen Dijsselbloem, 46, Social Democrat, politician of Labour Party and Finance Minister in the Netherlands since November 5, 2012.   Jeroen Dijsselbloem to be pronounced as [jɛˈrun ˈdɛisəlblum] Dijsselbloem elected new Eurogroup chief Eurozone finance ministers …

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