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What about greek red loans

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BY: Jack Ewing, Economic Times

ATHENS: Apostolis Paliouras was proud of the bookstore he ran on the ground floor of an apartment building in a middle class neighborhood here. Greek authors came to give readings and sign their works. People gathered to debate matters literary and political.

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National Bank Of Greece: The Approaching Moment Of Truth

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by Sam Hason, businessfinancenews.com

The European Central bank (ECB) allotted €15-25 billion for the recapitalization of Greece’s four biggest banks namely Piraeus Bank, National Bank of Greece, Alpha Bank and Eurobank. The newly appointed government of Alexis Tsipras has to formulate measures to recapitalize all big four banks by next week.

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Thompsen: Greece needs debt relief, significant extension of maturities

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Greece cannot deal with its public debt through reforms alone and needs a significant extension of grace periods and longer maturities from its European creditors, the head of the International Monetary Fund's European department said.

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Greek budget sees economy shrinking until 2017

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By Stelios Bouras, Dow Jones

Greece's economy is expected to keep contracting until at least until 2017, according to a draft budget that anticipates the implementation of the next round of austerity demanded by lenders.

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Greece’s New Market Odyssey

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By Wall Street Journal

If a week is a long time in politics, then the 20 months within which Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has said he wants to return his country to capital markets looks like an eternity.

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