By Kenneth Rapoza, Forbes
Just when you thought the oil markets couldn’t make Gazprom any worse, a disappointing third quarter earnings report on Friday is likely to pull the rug out further for Russia’s energy giant.
Greece has 'fully accepted' that the IMF take a role in its third bailout programme, according to head of the Eurogroup Jeroen Dijsselbloem. Athens had previously claimed the Fund's involvement was no longer necessary.
By Zacharias Petrou
Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos began his tour of European capitals for talks with counterparts with a fruitful meeting with French Finance Minister Michel Sapin on Sunday before meeting Finnish counterpart Alexander Stubb on Monday.
By Eleni Chrepa & Marcus Bensasson, Bloomberg
Government red line puts it on collision course with creditors-Katrougalos sees no hope of consensus with main opposition