Deal on Greek rescue

Greece has caved in to an ultimatum from Germany and its other creditors and agreed to rush through long-resisted economic reforms in return for a third bailout

Athens passes bill to unlock bailout funds

Coalition cut to two-seat majority but programme stays on track

Comment and analysis

A torn Greek national flag flies from the roof of a building in Athens
Rebuilding credibility within the eurozone is first step towards debt relief
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Greece's Administrative Reform minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis listens to a question during an interview with Reuters in Athens July 31, 2013. Mitsotakis, an ex-banker and son of a former prime minister, says his ambitions go beyond fulfilling numerical targets set under Greece's international bailout deal to keep funds flowing from the European Union and IMF. Reform, he says, is also about making Greek public employees accept what is standard practice elsewhere in the world - like working the hours they are paid for, or losing their salary if they go to jail. Picture taken July 31, 2013. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) - RTX12716 ©Reuters
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Alexis Tsipras, Greece's prime minister, celebrates as he secures victory in the general election in Athens, Greece, on Sunday, Sept. 20, 2015. Greeks began voting Sunday in a general election to determine who will lead efforts to implement European bailout agreements and restore economic normalcy to the continent’s most indebted country. Photographer: Yorgos Karahalis/Bloomberg *** Local Caption *** Alexis Tsipras ©Bloomberg
The Greek election has given its prime minister a fresh mandate

Top Greek banks battle to attract orders

Smaller rivals enjoy oversubscribed share issues to fill capital gaps

Greek bank shares swing sharply

New agreement with creditors bolsters overall market sentiment

Greece ends stand-off over €86bn rescue

Deal clears way for release of €2bn in aid and restructuring of banks

General strike brings Greece to standstill

Thousands of public sector employees and jobless people take part

Greek banks battle capital shortfall

Kick-starting bank lending key to ending brutal recession

Greece spat with EU delays bailout funds

Homeowner protection dispute to delay payment

Greece plans a return to capital markets

Athens may issue sovereign debt in first half of next year

Greece passes reforms on eve of EU talks

Issues still hold up review that could unlock bailout funds

Greek banks: on a wing and a Piraeus

Another recapitalisation, but reduced government stake means this time is different

Greek banks finalise plans to raise €14bn

Lenders’ needs are reportedly ‘manageable’ but observers warn that time is short

Greece passes bank recapitalisation bill

Majority backing for bill that gives rescue fund voting rights

ECB says Greek banks need €14bn injection

Bailout fund will buy new shares and coco bonds

Greece’s banks race to boost capital

Pre-emptive move comes ahead of stress tests

Tsipras sacks Greek tax collection chief

Savvaidou faces charges for breach of duty over advertising tax

Chief says Greece open for privatisation

Chair of development fund hopes to seal key infrastructure deals

Banking on Greece is a risky investment

The recapitalisation of Greek banks has significant drawbacks

Greek parliament approves reform bill

Many Greeks fear reforms will mean return to harsh austerity

Syriza presents tax and pension reforms

Proposals face opposition from across the political spectrum

Greek banks anxious as bailout nears

Lenders fear implementation details may deter private investors

Tsipras vows to return Greece to growth

Debt relief a priority for new Syriza-led government

Grexit and China fears drain confidence

Fund sales in Europe and the US faltered in the second quarter

Regling plays down Greek debt expectations

Loan terms are the most concessionary ‘in world history’

Greek businessman warns of Grexit danger

Evangelos Mytilineos offers insight into views of business class

Tsipras walks the tightrope of power

Greek prime minister must deliver economic reform, avoid Grexit and fend off attacks from the left

Greek finance minister upbeat on growth

Reforms needed to pave way for bank recap and debt relief, says Euclid Tsakalotos

Tsipras appoints top negotiators to cabinet

Re-elected Greek PM shows commitment to tough new austerity programme

Tsipras win fails to allay reform doubts

Pockets of resistance remain within Greek PM’s Syriza party

Eurozone races to restructure Greek banks

Corporate depositors may be on the hook after January 1

German parliament backs Greek bailout

Result opens door for immediate release of emergency funds