Euro zone finance ministers are expected to approve a second bailout for Greece on Monday. |||
Brussels - Euro zone finance ministers are expected to approve a second bailout for Greece on Monday, a move they hope will draw a line under months of turmoil that has shaken the currency bloc, although there is work to be done to make the figures add up. Diplomats and economists do not expect the package to resolve Greece's economic problems: that could take up to a decade or more - a bleak picture increasingly apparent to several thousand Greeks who demonstrated on Sunday against seemingly endless austerity measures.
Euro zone finance ministers look set to approve a bailout package for Greece although final details are still being worked out. ||| Euro zone finance ministers look set to approve a bailout package for Greece on Monday although fina... Read Post
By Sarah Morris and Lefteris Papadimas MADRID/ATHENS (Reuters) - Euro zone countries are discussing a third bailout for Greece worth 30 billion to 50 billion euros, Spain's economy minister said on Monday, as Athens sought to quell ... Read Post