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By Jeff Greenblatt | April 11, 2016
By Paul Taylor and Stephen Brown, Reuters | March 19, 2015
Greece needs to implement reforms, or its time in the euro is going to run out soon.
By Lefteris Papadimas and Stephen Brown, Reuters | February 25, 2015
By Stephen Kirkland | February 17, 2015
By Mark Gilbert, Bloomberg | February 17, 2015
Mark Gilbert explains why the standoff between Greece and its creditors have left us at "one minute to midnight" for the euro.
By Nick Gentle, Bloomberg, Paul Dobson, Bloomberg | February 12, 2015
A ceasefire agreement for Ukraine raised optimism, which was reflected accordingly in market trends Thursday.
By Abigail Moses, Jeremy Herron, Bloomberg | February 11, 2015
European showdown is causing market unrest in stocks, treasuries, currency, and commodities.
By Nikos Chrysoloras and Eleni Chrepa, Bloomberg | February 10, 2015
Greece and its creditors are holding an emergency meeting to figure out bailout conditions, but Europe isn't pleased.
By Patrick Donahue | February 4, 2015
German Chancellor Merkel indicated that Tsipras' diplomatic offensive is not working.
By Justin Fox, Bloomberg | February 2, 2015
Why would Greek officials negotiate with other nations rather than the ECB, IMF, and EU?