IMF chief Christine Lagarde and the eurozone's 19 finance ministers meet in Luxembourg with hopes riding high that the talks will secure the release of the latest tranche of Greece's 86-billion euro ($97 billion) bailout agreed in 2015
(3rd UPDATE) Greece reaches a preliminary deal with its creditors that should pave the way for long-awaited debt relief talks, the Greek finance minister says
The EU's official journal on January 24 has published pictures of the Vatican's new coins, and they show that Pope Francis' image has been replaced
Following the latest disbursement approved by the European Stability Mechanism (ESM), Greece will have received 31.7 billion euros of the 86-billion-euro bailout granted in July 2015
Greece's budget deficit has ballooned as it struggles to keep up with mammoth debt payments, which the International Monetary Fund believes is unsustainable
The European Commission trims its 2016 forecast to 1.6%, citing increased global risks
Prime ministers Matteo Renzi and Shinzo Abe call for greater flexibility on budgetary policies ahead of the G7 Summit
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Unemployment in the 19-nation eurozone drops to 10.3% in January 2016
European leaders have dug their heels in over Cameron's reform demands, which include reducing welfare payments to EU migrants and opting out of a commitment to ever-closer union
Unemployment fell to 10.5% in November from 10.6% in October, hitting the lowest level since October 2011
The current and former NEDA chiefs compare the Philippine economy on the eve of the country's hosting of the APEC summit in 1996 and in 2015. Then and now, the global community saw the country as poised to reach great economic heights.
Greece's charismatic leftwing leader Alexis Tsipras romps to victory in Greece's general election, winning his second mandate as premier this year despite a controversial austerity deal struck with European leaders.
Germany's finance minister Wolfgang Shaeuble hails Greece but warns that Europe will closely monitor reforms in Athens
'New loans of up to 86 billion euros ($96 billion) will be made available over the next 3 years to Greece,' says the European Commission
The International Monetary Fund believes Greece must get some debt relief if the government is ever to have hope of getting the economy back on its feet
The improved jobs outlook should provide a boost to conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy as he prepares for what promises to be a hard-fought re-election campaign at the end of the year
Trading resumes after a 5-week shutdown forced by capital controls
Tsipras is under pressure from a sizeable minority of Syriza members who say the agreement signed with international creditors goes against the government's anti-austerity promises.
The aim was to protect the banking sector which is seen huge withdrawals over the past six months
The EU approves a short-term loan of 7.16 billion euros to Greece allowing it to meet a huge payment to the ECB and repay the IMF while a new bailout is still being ratified
Athens fails to make a key debt repayment to the International Monetary Fund, and its next debt deadline is a 4.2-billion-euro payment to the ECB on July 20
The peso has moved within acceptable range despite the Greek bailout and China’s stock market collapse
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(UPDATED) Skeptical nations demand more commitments from Athens, amid claims Berlin had drawn up an 'internal paper' for Greece to leave the eurozone for 5 years, while Finland reportedly decides not to accept any new rescue plan for debt-laden Greece
'Can the Greek government be trusted to do what they are promising in coming weeks, months and years?'
A make-or-break summit bringing together leaders of all 28 EU nations, not just the 19 that use the euro, is due to be held on Sunday, July 12
As Greece says its banks will stay closed and ATM withdrawals will remain limited until Monday, July 13, in a sign of the deepening crisis gripping the country, Tsipras also promises his blueprint for a new deal will have substance
(UPDATED) Greece's leftist government must submit detailed reform plans by Thursday, July 9, EU President Donald Tusk says after eurozone leaders held an emergency summit with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras
Alexis Tsipras will face his 18 eurozone counterparts in Brussels as the country's economy gasps for air
Juncker says the EU will continue to work to re-open negotiations with Athens but tells Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras it is time to get to the point
'It is now up to the government of Alexis Tsipras to make serious, credible proposals so that this willingness to stay in the eurozone can translate into a lasting program'
The history of these last three decades could have been different had we had a government that had more spine, like those of Nestor Kirchner in Argentina and Alexis Tsipras in Greece
Greek voters' defiant rejection of the terms of an international bailout in Sunday's referendum caps a dramatic week for the country in its standoff with EU-IMF creditor, who are demanding tough austerity measures in exchange for further rescue funds
European leaders react with a mix of dismay and caution after Greek voters defy their warnings and vote 'No' in a historic referendum
(UPDATED) Greek voters overwhelmingly reject international creditors' tough bailout terms, but premier Alexis Tsipras insists the result does not mean a 'rupture' with Europe despite fears it will end in a 'Grexit' from the eurozone
(UPDATED) Greek voters head to the polls to vote in a historic, tightly fought referendum on whether to accept worsening austerity in exchange for more bailout funds, in a gamble that could see it crash out of the euro
Greece hurtles toward a crunch bailout referendum which could determine its financial future and even its place in the eurozone
Greece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras tells the crowd of 25,000 cheering supporters: 'We are not simply deciding to remain in Europe – we are deciding to live with dignity in Europe'
Greece’s creditors are demanding substantial cuts in the government’s pension spending which currently amounts to about 17.5% of the country’s GDP
(UPDATED) Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras says he is confident that 'the Greek people will say an emphatic no to the ultimatum' by the country's EU-IMF creditors, but 'a big yes to European solidarity'
(UPDATED) The decision leaves debt-laden Athens struggling to meet a crucial 1.5 billion euro IMF debt payment on June 30, putting Greece's place in the single currency at risk
'That is a sad decision for Greece because it has closed the door for further talks where the door was still open in my mind,' says Eurogroup leader Jeroen Dijsselbloem
The parties agree to resume the talks at 0700 GMT Thursday morning in hopes of finalizing a deal in time to present it at a meeting of eurozone finance ministers later in the day
European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker says he is 'convinced' they could end the 5-month stand-off with the leftist Greek government led by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras
Greece's international creditors pour cold water on the chances of a breakthrough at an emergency summit aimed at finding a deal to save Athens from default and a possible exit from the euro
(UPDATED) The heads of the 19 eurozone countries will hold an emergency summit on the crisis in Brussels under pressure to prevent Greece from defaulting on its debt
Pressure is mounting to find a way of preventing Greece finally defaulting on its debt repayments, with an emergency summit of the 19 eurozone countries set on Monday
EU President Donald Tusk calls for an emergency summit of the leaders of the 19 eurozone countries on Monday after finance ministers failed to break the five-month-old deadlock between the anti-austerity government in Athens and its EU-IMF creditors
The 5-month standoff over the refusal by Greece to agree on reforms demanded by its creditors is set to reach a climax at a meeting of finance ministers in Luxembourg on June 18