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Regulators start Greek bank tests, aim for speedy capital boost; Hollande and Tsipras want Greek bailout agreed by late August;...

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10-Aug-2015
 

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Regulators start Greek bank tests, aim for speedy capital boost

Greece's battered banks will undergo accelerated tests to uncover their capital shortfalls as authorities race to recapitalise the lenders by the end of the year and avoid penalising large depositors.

Hollande and Tsipras want Greek bailout agreed by late August

A new bailout should be agreed by late August, Greece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and French President François Hollande said on Thursday (6 August). Greece is in negotiations with the European Union and International Monetary Fund for as much as €86 billion in fresh loans to stave off financial ruin and economic collapse.

Tsipras says Greece in 'final stretch' for deal with creditors

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Wednesday (5 August) said his government is nearing a deal with international creditors on a mammoth bailout, as his spokeswoman raised the prospect of early elections in the fall.

Are Paris and Berlin really divided over Greece?

In an interview with Handelsblatt, Michel Sapin said Wolfgang Schäuble was “wrong” about Grexit, but the French-German relationship goes from strength to strength. La Tribune reports .

Greek bailout deal in sight

Greece and its lenders said on Tuesday (4 August) they were optimistic they could broker a deal within days on a multi-billion euro bailout, striking a surprisingly upbeat tone on a process previously fraught with bitterness. A bailout worth up to €86 billion must be settled by Aug. 20 -- or a second bridge loan agree -- if Greece is to pay off debt of €3.5 billion to the European Central Bank that matures on that day.

Standard & Poor’s lowers outlook on the EU to negative

Standard & Poor's has changed the outlook for the European Union from stable to negative after the bloc's support for Greece and following Britain's decision to vote on leaving the EU, S&P reported Monday (3 August).

After five-week shut down, Greek shares plummet

Greece's stock market suffered heavy losses on Monday (3 August), plunging nearly 23% at the open before recovering slightly, after a five-week shutdown brought on by fears the country was about to be dumped from the euro zone. One fund manager described it as "herd behaviour" and said few people were buying.

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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

The European fairy-tale is over, but the story continues

If we are to believe the stock markets, all is well in Europe. But markets are in danger of underestimating looming perils such as populism, a Brexit, German dominance and weakening European power, writes Andy Langenkamp.

A Greek Versailles?

Former Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis denounced the July bailout agreed between prime minister Alexis Tsipras and the eurozone leaders as a “new Versailles Treaty”. Quincy Cloet asks if this is a fair comparison.

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.

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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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