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Greek Banks’ Senior Creditors May Prove Elusive Writedown Target

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By John Glover & Rebecca Christie, Bloomberg

Senior creditors, placed firmly on the hook for losses in the euro-area plan for recapitalizing Greek banks, may end up wriggling free.

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Greece's Drastic "Plan B" Tells Us to Prepare a Financial Survival Kit

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By , Resource Specialist, Money Morning

Greece and its "troika" of creditors – the European Central Bank (ECB), the European Commission, and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) – have finally agreed on terms for its latest bailout, worth about €86 billion ($95 billion).

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European Bonds Advance as Merkel Says Greek Debt Relief Possible

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By Anooja Debnath, Bloomberg

Italian and Spanish government bonds led an advance among European sovereign securities as optimism on Greece’s bailout and falling commodity prices boosted demand for the euro area’s peripheral debt.
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Schaeuble Asks Backing for Greek Bailout as IMF Set Aside

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By Rainer Buergin & Arne Delfs, Bloomberg

 German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble asked lawmakers to back Greece’s third bailout, saying it offers a “sustainable path” even though the International Monetary Fund hasn’t committed to footing part of the bill.

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