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Jan Strupczewski

Jan Strupczewski

    Hostile reception to Greece's request for loan extension
    Hostile reception to Greece's request for loan extension
    Greece formally requested a six-month extension to its euro zone loan agreement on Thursday, offering major concessions as it raced to avoid running...
    European 'bank union' could prevent another debt crisis
    European 'bank union' could prevent another debt crisis
    Germany is working on a plan that would allow the completion of a euro zone banking union without changing existing European Union law, potentially...
    Greece wins more time but no immediate aid
    Greece wins more time but no immediate aid
    Greece's international lenders agreed on Monday to give the country two more years to make the cuts demanded of it but the eurozone and...
    EU seals new Greek bailout deal after tortuous talks
    EU seals new Greek bailout deal after tortuous talks
    Eurozone finance ministers have sealed a second bailout for debt-laden Greece that will resolve its immediate financing needs but seems unlikely to...
    Eurozone refuses Greek rescue without reforms
    Eurozone refuses Greek rescue without reforms
    Eurozone finance ministers told Greece it could not go ahead with an agreed deal to restructure privately held debt until it guaranteed to...
    EU's finance ministers meet to boost bailout measures
    EU's finance ministers meet to boost bailout measures
    Eurozone finance ministers are mapping out the details of how they will bolster a bailout fund to help prevent contagion in bond markets, under...
    Holding thumbs for a deal: EU leaders continue talks
    Holding thumbs for a deal: EU leaders continue talks
    European Union leaders will hold talks on Sunday to try to hammer out a comprehensive plan for tackling the eurozone debt crisis, but a breakthrough is not expected until another summit on Wednesday....
    G20 demands eurozone debt solution within weeks
    G20 demands eurozone debt solution within weeks
    The world's leading economies pressed Europe on Saturday to act boldly within eight days to resolve the eurozone's sovereign debt crisis which is...
    G20 pushes eurozone on debt crisis
    G20 pushes eurozone on debt crisis
    The world's leading economies kept the pressure firmly on Europe to sort out its debt crisis on Saturday with the sense of urgency to be reflected...
    Greeks rage against austerity while EU squabbles
    Greeks rage against austerity while EU squabbles
    Striking Greeks raged against a new wave of austerity on Wednesday after eurozone finance ministers failed to agree how to make private creditors...
    EU, IMF to lay groundwork for Irish rescue
    EU, IMF to lay groundwork for Irish rescue
    Eurozone finance ministers agreed on Tuesday to lay the groundwork for bailing out Ireland's banking sector with the IMF, but said Dublin had to...
    Greece promised rescue package, but investors wary
    Greece promised rescue package, but investors wary
    European nations aim to formally launch the biggest ever financial bail-out of a country this week, hoping to calm markets wary that Greece's...