Saturday, July 11, 2015

Saturday Evening Links

[ekathimerini] Finnish parliament against new bailout deal for Greece, reports say

[Bloomberg] Greece Talks Spill Into 2nd Day as Finance Chiefs Deadlock

[Washington Post] High-stakes talks in Brussels break up without decision on Greece’s future

[FT] Eurozone officials in deadlock over Greece

[WSJ] Greek Bailout Deal Remains Elusive

[Bloomberg] Germany Raises Pressure, With Greek Suspension From Euro Floated

[WSJ] German Document Floats Five-Year Greek Exit From Eurozone

[NYT] Meeting on Greece Debt Breaks Up With No Deal

[NYT] Greece Struggling to Convince Creditors It's for Real

[Reuters] Greek PM Tsipras struggles to contain party revolt on bailout

[Reuters] Greek Talks Eye 25 Billion Euro Bank Recap, Doubling Debt Maturities

Saturday's News Links

[AFP] Germany mulling five-year 'temporary Grexit' plan

[Reuters] Euro zone ministers demand more from Greece for loan talks

[Bloomberg] European Hardliners Call Greece Trust Deficit Key Hurdle to Deal

[UK Telegraph] German finance minister accuses Greek leaders of 'destroying trust'

[NYT] Greek Debt Crisis Pits Greeks Against Germans

[FT] Eurozone finance ministers split over Greece

[FT] French comeback exposes rift in eurozone core  

[Bloomberg] Greek Bailout Dissected as German Skepticism Clouds Talks

[Reuters] Euro zone not certain to agree Greek bailout: sources

[Washington Post] Europe weighs Greece’s ability to enact austerity

[Washington Post] The Latest: Schaeuble predicts difficult bailout meeting

[NYT] Greece Debt Plan at Next Crucial Stage, as Finance Ministers Meet

[Reuters] Highlights: Euro zone finance minister comments on Greece

[Reuters] Austrian Finance Minister Sees 60:40 Chance of Greece Deal

[UK Guardian, Varoufakus] Germany won’t spare Greek pain – it has an interest in breaking us

[NYT, Bradsher] Signs of a Growing Hush in China’s Economy

[Washington Post] Negotiators in Iran nuclear talks hold new round of meetings as clock ticks