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After almost 11 hours of talks in Brussels, eurozone finance ministers and the IMF have agreed to a range of measures to restructure Greece’s debts when its €86bn bailout ends in 2018

Former Greek PM injured in letter bomb blast

Attack is latest incident to target figures in Athens’ troubled financial bailout

IMF and eurozone explore cash lifeline for Greece

Initiative aims to buy time while delaying politically sensitive talks on debt relief

Greek creditors fail to reach deal in 7-hour talks

Euro area locked in race to beat July deadline

Athens calls on creditors to strike a deal

Greece says it has pushed through painful reforms and upheld bailout agreement

Greeks walk out in national strike over austerity

Unions claim latest cuts aimed at unlocking EU bailout aid will hit the poor most

Greece downgrades 2017 growth forecasts

Revised projections reflect delay in wrapping up latest bailout review

Appetite for Greek debt faces test

Policymakers will probably determine Greece’s ability to attract buyers

Greek bonds power through post-bailout records

Benchmark yield down 5 basis points to fresh low

Greece agrees bailout reforms deal with creditors

Agreement cheers markets and potentially opens door to talks on debt relief

Greek bonds: extending credit

Similar yields to Iraqi ones. That looks too pessimistic

Policymakers revive push for European Monetary Fund

Moscovici says an EMF would be ‘more efficient in tackling crises inside Europe’

Greece set to miss budget surplus target, warns IMF

Global fund urges euro area governments to lessen Athens’ debt burden

Greece’s creditors must act to end the gridlock

Uncertainty over the bailout risks sending recovery into reverse

Greece strikes deal on reforms with bailout monitors  

Accord eases pressure ahead of July deadlines for repayment of more than €6bn of debt

Greece pursues pension reform deal to unlock aid

Ministers hold crunch talks with bailout monitors as clock ticks on €6bn debt bill

Greece to probe possible defence corruption

Committee to examine surge of procurements under former minister

Greek anarchist bombs linked to bailout talks

Police refuse to name targets of campaign coinciding with stand-off with creditors

Washington pushes IMF on Greek bailout

Conservatives in US Congress say Europeans should solve the crisis on their own

Greek economy turns corner, says central bank chief

Yannis Stournaras underlines positive growth and plays down Syriza foot-dragging

What to expect from latest Greece bailout talks

Euro area keen for full IMF involvement in next tranche of €86bn deal

Bailout monitors’ return fails to lift Greek gloom

Uncertainty puts business investment on hold despite prospect of fresh funding

Bob Diamond to buy Athens-based consumer finance bank

US financier plans to acquire some of the bad debts that Greek banks are expected to sell

What is the message from Greece’s bond market?

The small size makes it difficult for investors to decipher

Eurogroup hails progress with IMF on Greek debt deal

After clashes this month, two sides decide to send teams back to Athens

Eurozone set to miss deadline for Greek deal

Brussels still at odds with IMF, pushing rescue tussle into election season

Do not blame the euro simply because it’s there

The core mistake in eurozone policy was the unwillingness to restructure debts in 2010

Greece and policy-based evidence

‘Sustainability’ is less important than growth

Greece is as sick as ever and its agony goes on

Medical metaphors are all too appropriate when summing up the years in the eurozone

Greece plans to appoint Rothschild as debt adviser

Athens seeks to end long-running creditor stand-off and avert default

Failure to tell the truth leaves Greece in peril

If the IMF pulls out, Europe will be free to mismanage the crisis on its own

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