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Greece seeks bailout, debt breakthroughs

IMF chief Christine Lagarde and the eurozone's 19 finance ministers meet in Luxembourg with hopes riding high that the talks will secure the release of the latest tranche of Greece's 86-billion euro (USD 97 billion) bailout agreed in 2015.

A Greek tragedy every which way

Then, Plato and Aristotle, and now Mr Tsipras. How did Greece fall so low?


Back to the 1930s

Greek crisis frames increasing polarisation in Europe between southern populism, northern nationalism.

Market down 484 points on China sell-off

The 30-share index dipped below the 28,000-mark at opening trade by diving 291.65 points or 1.04 per cent to 27,880.04.

Weak PSB earnings to put markets under pressure

The report states that broad discussions with a few banks indicate that the core fee income growth would be subdued as the capital expenditure cycle is yet to revive.

Greece considering to seek new EU loans after IMF debt default

The missed payment underscored the failure of more than 5 months of wrangling between Greece's left-wing govt and its creditors to reshape the country's bailout and prevent it dropping out of the eurozone.


Markets take a beating on rising euro turmoil

BSE benchmark Sensex which crashed by 602 points at one stage on Monday staged a partial recovery to end with a loss of 167 points at 27,645.15.

Back from cold, Greece announces market return

Public anger about the economic pain in still running high in Greece, which has seen unemployment soar to nearly 28 per cent.

Merkel travels to eurozone fault line

The German Chancellor makes first visit to Greece since eurozone crisis began here three years ago.

Greece has 1/3 chance of exiting eurozone

Credit rating agency Standard & Poor's said there is 1/3 chance of Greece exiting the eurozone in the coming months.