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Three major milestones for Greece by the end of the year

By Tasos Dasopoulos The guidelines for the remaining half of 2022 and 2023, which were "renewed" by the Eurogroup yesterday, were clear for highly indebted countries like Greece: support households in moderation against precision, reduce deficits and...

Eurogroup: Financial support for vulnerable groups, attention to public debt

With the global economic environment deteriorating, eurozone member state governments should focus on protecting the most vulnerable rather than supporting demand, while any fiscal policy should aim to maintain debt sustainability. This is the key point highlighted...

Bra-de-fer between the ECB and governments on the bond market intervention tool

By Leonidas Stergiou Discussions on the European Central Bank's (ECB) new tool to intervene in bond spreads began in Frankfurt late last week, with results so poor that some sources with knowledge of developments doubt it will...

Chr. Staikouras: European initiatives are needed for energy insurance and dealing with the energy crisis

The need for "European initiatives for energy security and dealing with the energy crisis", but also better European coordination "in the policies to deal with the economic effects of the energy crisis" was underlined by the...

In Brussels, Chr. Staikouras, in order to participate in the Eurogroup and Ecofin meetings

Finance Minister Christos Staikouras is going to Brussels, in order to participate in the Eurogroup and Ecofin meetings. In particular, today Mr. Staikouras will take part in the meeting of the Eurozone Finance Ministers, in which macroeconomic...

At the Eurogroup and Ecofin meetings in Brussels, Chr. Staikouras

The Minister of Finance Mr. Christos Staikouras is going to Brussels tomorrow, Monday, in order to participate in the Eurogroup and Ecofin meetings. In particular, tomorrow Mr. Staikouras will take part in the meeting of the Eurozone...