Greece may seek to ease its debt burden by renegotiating its bailout terms, the Greek finance minister said on Monday.
BBC: August 26, 2013
The need for a new rescue program for Greece promises a drawn-out drama of late-night negotiations but is unlikely to trigger the sort of crisis that has threatened the breakup of the euro in the recent past.
CNBC: August 26, 2013
German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned a Greek debt write-down could spark a "domino effect of uncertainty" and scare off investors in the eurozone, in an interview released Sunday.
AFP: August 25, 2013
Merkel rules out Greek haircut, leaves open aid option
Reuters: August 25, 2013
Greece may need a third bailout but would not accept new austerity measures, the Greek finance minister has said.
BBC: August 25, 2013
Jeroen Dijsselbloem's comments cast shadow over news that eurozone companies are reporting strong growth
Guardian: August 23, 2013
Germany's finance minister said in an interview published Friday that he expects a future aid package for Greece to be much smaller than the country's existing rescue deals.
ABC News: August 23, 2013
The euro zone is doing better, but its latest improvements are worryingly uneven. Germany remains far ahead. This unbalanced recovery could lead to more trouble.
Reuters Blogs: August 23, 2013
Government vice president and foreign minister Evangelos Venizelos met on Thursday with Joerg Asmussen, official of the European Central Bank (ECB) who is paying an official visit to Athens.
August 22, 2013
German Chancellor Angela Merkel moved to defuse an election issue Wednesday by saying that any decision on a new aid package for debt-mired Greece would not come before next year.
August 21, 2013