Greek Stocks, Bonds, Rebound

- October 18, 2014

Greek stocks and bonds on Oct. 17 showed strong signs of recovery after three days of selling pressure on news of an imminent credit line.

Golden Dawn Forced Loyalty Oath

- October 18, 2014

As leaders of Golden Dawn face trial on charges of running a criminal gang. evidence reportedly shows it demanded blind loyalty.

Greece Will Use Bank Funds As Exit Buffer

- October 18, 2014

Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said Greece will use a precautionary credit line to keep itself going while it tries to finish demanded reforms.

Greece Looks For Credit Line

- October 17, 2014

Greece is in talks with rescue lenders over a possible credit line to ease the country’s exit from its 240 billion euro bailout program.

Kouvelis Doubts Presidency Bribe Claims

- October 17, 2014

DIMAR leader Fotis Kouvelis, said he didn’t believe stories some lawmakers would be bribed to support the ruling parties choice for President.

More Felony Charges For Laventiadis

- October 17, 2014

Former Proton Bank major shareholder Lavrentis Lavrentiadis has been charged with wrongdoing in the sale of a chemicals distributor.

Economists Reject Early Greek Exit

- October 17, 2014

Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ plans for an early bailout exit from its deal with international lenders is backfiring in the markets.

EU Slams Greek Prison Conditions

- October 17, 2014

Europe’s human rights body blasted conditions in Greek prisons and migrant detention centers, saying no improvements have been made.