Eurozone FinMins still reportedly undecided over length of loan maturity deferments for Greece
Ongoing negotiations at the Eurogroup setting in Luxembourg are reportedly revolving around the thorny issue of extending maturities for EFSF loans extended to Greece as part of the second memorandum program.
ESM report: Greece has 'chance' of joining previous EZ 'success stories' if it continues reforms
"Four of the five countries that were in EFSF or ESM assistance programmes are clear success stories. Greece has a chance to join this group, if it continues to implement reforms, also after the end of its programme in August," was the foreword by ESM Managing Director Klaus Regling in the European Stability Mechanism's report for 2017.
Report: EWG document 'welcomes' Greek govt decision to accept 3.5% primary budget surplus after 2022
Press reports in Athens on Thursday, hours before a crucial Eurogroup meeting the same day, cite a document from a completed EuroWorking Group (EWG) meeting welcoming the Greek government's commitment to maintaining ambitious primary budget surplus above 3.5 percent of GDP after 2022.