EU’s Juncker: Eurogroup approves Greek disbursement

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  • It’s been a difficult process, but Greek program back on a sound track
  • ¬†Eurogroup ready to take additional Greek measures
  • Greece will get further payments in 2013
  • Took stock of Cyprus’ banks capital needs, sees progress towards the Cyprus program
  • Cyprus demonstrates commitment, an agreement could be reached soon
  • Problems in Cyprus are serious
  • Did not discuss possible PSI for Cyprus
  • IMF will of course participate in the Greek program

Bloomberg reporting

2012-12-13T11:18:16+0000

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cyprus|EU economy|Greece

Pete Jackson

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  1. Big party in Athens tonight?

  2. “Sound Track’ my a**e. latest Greek unemployment 24.8% – should we recalculate that debt to GDP chart again already? These guys are surreal.

  3. Pete has that eurogroup meeting stuff over!!!!!

  4. Goo dip 1.305 to buy – target 1.312

  5. looks like it for now Manish

  6. Yeeaaahhh daaa neee U like yhoros and Sul valki & ooooz o

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