Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos and his counterparts from France and Germany are meeting at this time on the sidelines of Thursday's Eurogroup, according to a Eurozone source.
Investors in the domestic electronic secondary bond market were cautiously optimistic on Thursday ahead of a crucial Eurogroup meeting in Luxembourg.
Greek stocks ended higher in the Athens Stock Exchange, boosted by expectations of a positive outcome in today’s Eurogroup meeting. The general index of the market rose 0.91 pct to end at 772.89 points, with the Large Cap index rising 0.96…
Greek Parliament President Nikos Voutsis met with COSCO President Xu Liron in Shanghai on Thursday and discussed the possibilities of investing in Greece, especially after the end of the adjustment program in August.
The reaching of an agreement with FYROM over the name dispute is an example of solving significant differences in the broader southeastern Mediterranean, said Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias on Thursday, on the island of Rhodes.
It is up to the Public Power Corporation (PPC) to offer any price reduction scheme it wants, but there will be no rise in electricity prices, Environment and Energy Minister George Stathakis said in an interview on Radiofono 24/7 on…
The 7th Hellenic Investment Forum in New York, held June 19-20, was successfully completed as part of the Greek Investment Roadshow in the USA, said the Athens Stock Exchange on Thursday.
The Fyli landfill, which handles metropolitan Athens' garbage, is returning to full operation after the collapse of an embankment necessitated its shutdown last week, officials said on Thursday.
EU Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Pierre Moscovici said on Thursday that it is a historic day for Greece and the eurozone, adding that now a credible set of measures are needed on Greek debt.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will pay an official visit to London on Monday. During his visit, he will have a meeting with his British counterpart Theresa May, as well as the leader of the Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn.