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Greece names top judge as caretaker PM

Greece yesterday named its top judge as caretaker prime minister to organise early elections expected next month, the fifth in the crisis-hit country in six years. President Prokopis Pavlopoulos said he had chosen Vassiliki...

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Greece to vote on Sept 20

Greece geared up yesterday for a snap election next month, with an opinion poll showing leftist party Syriza ahead despite a wave of defections over the country’s massive new bailout. The state-run ANA news...

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Greece dampens German consumer confidence

Consumer confidence in Germany is being dampened slightly by the enduring wrangle over Greece’s debt crisis, a poll found on Friday. “The hitherto marked optimism among consumers has received a slight knock,” market research...

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PM hopeful amid Grexit fears

Greece yesterday said it is still hopeful an 11th-hour deal can be reached before it defaults on its debt as the ECB threw Greek banks another lifeline as depositors withdraw their savings. “Those who...

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Greece taps reserves to pay IMF loan

Greece was forced to tap into an emergency account to make a debt interest payment to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), it has emerged. The government raided its reserves to make the €750m (£538m)...