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03-Aug-2015
 

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Greeks brace for stock market losses after five-week shutdown

Greece will take another step away from full-on crisis mode today (3 August) by opening its stock market for the first time in five weeks, although immediate heavy losses are expected.

Spain raises civil servants' salaries in election year

Spain's ruling People's Party (PP) agreed on Thursday to award civil servants a 1% pay rise next year, their first hike in five years after public employee salaries were reined in as part of cost cuts during a deep recession. The move comes ahead of a parliamentary election expected in November.

Greece's Tsipras seeks control over party with emergency congress

Greece's ruling Syriza movement backed a call on Thursday (30 July) from Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to hold an emergency party congress as he seeks to assert his control over rebel lawmakers balking at new bailout talks.

Germany's Schäuble wants to rebalance EU Commission's role

Germany's finance minister wants to correct the balance between the European Commission's political role and its regulatory powers, reflecting concern in Berlin over the EU executive's neutrality as its political clout grows.

RBS, Credit Suisse recommend buying Greek debt

It is barely two weeks since Greece was on the brink of crashing out of the euro, yet some investment banks are now encouraging investors to return to its bond market.

ECB 'disappointed' with lack of convergence in euro area

The euro zone's founding members are further apart economically than they were at the launch of the single currency, a "disappointing" outcome defying the premise that laggards would slowly catch up, the European Central Bank said on Wednesday (29 July).

Greek PM says he may have to call early election

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Wednesday (29 July) he may have to call an early election to bolster a parliamentary majority that has been strained by bailout reforms demanded by creditors.

German advisory council calls for exit option in the eurozone

Economic analysts in Germany are proposing new structures in the European Monetary Union as a result of the Greece crisis, saying an option to leave the eurozone should also be included. EurActiv Germany reports .

How to lift Greece's capital controls?

It is a headache Greece's government does not need right now - how can it loosen the capital controls that are shielding its banks, but strangling the rest of the economy?

Brussels denies Varoufakis' claims that troika controlled Greek tax agency

The European Commission on Tuesday (28 July) sharply denied claims by Greece's ex-finance minister Yanis Varoufakis that creditors overseeing Greece's bailout also controlled the country's tax agency.

How the eurozone survived the Greek crisis

The Greek crisis has strained nerves on the eurozone debt market, but unlike four years ago there has been no contagion of financial uncertainty across the single currency bloc.

UK and France see euro reform as possible 'win-win'

Britain and France agreed on Monday that efforts by eurozone nations to shore up the single currency after the Greek crisis could go hand-in-hand with wider reforms the UK needs to stay in the European Union.

A frosty welcome for Greece's hated creditors

In Greece, hospitality is a concept as old as the Acropolis. But the country's hated creditors cannot expect the usual warm welcome when they arrive this week to thrash out a third huge international bailout.

Interviews

AFD founder: 'Schäuble’s Greece policy is pure marketing'

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble’s latest plans for a euro tax have solidified the prospect of a transfer union, says Eurosceptic Bernd Lucke in an interview with EurActiv Germany . The founder of the Eurosceptic Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, argues that all the “talk about a Grexit” is just a bluff.

Korčok: The last 6 years have been the most dramatic in the EU’s history

The years between 2009 and today will perhaps be seen as the most dynamic period of the EU’s history, Ivan Korčok, Slovakia's Ambassador to the EU, told EurActiv in an exclusive interview.

Daul: 'Orbán is the 'enfant terrible' of the EPP family, but I like him'

Joseph Daul, the president of the European People's Party (EPP), spoke to EurActiv France about Grexit, Brexit and the “enfant terrible” of the EPP, Viktor Orbán.

Opinion / Analysis

Europe feels the aftershocks of the Greek deal

Schaeuble's recent ideas are not likely to fly, but the controversy over the role of the Commission is only a part of a bigger debate in Europe: the dispute over what the future European Union should look like, write Stratfor's analysts.

We must tackle this unprecedented European crisis

It would be a mistake to keep pretending that Europe will emerge stronger from the latest round of the Greek crisis, or to ignore that all the shouting at Athens, and the shouting back at Germany, sets the scene for the “NO camp” to win other referendums, too. There is only one positive decision to take, argues Diogo Pinto.

Change EU treaty so countries can leave the eurozone

Altering the eurozone treaty to allow states to leave or be expelled will help guarantee the future stability of the EMU, argues Thomas Schuster.

Infographics

Ten tips for a successful Capital Markets Union

The European Union plan for a Capital Markets Union can help unlock the latent potential in financial markets. The banking industry is ready to support this proposal.

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