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Greece's bank bailout fund clears NBG's planned equity offering

Greece's bank bailout fund HFSF has given the green light to plans by National Bank (NBG) to proceed with a share offering of up to 2.5 billion euros to plug a capital shortfall, a senior banking source with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters on Wednesday. Greece's biggest lender, which must plug a 2.18 billion euro ($3.03 billion) capital shortfall under the terms of the country's ...

Portugal gets another IMF bailout payment

The International Monetary Fund released a bailout payment of 851 million euros ($1.18 billion) to Portugal on Thursday as the debt-riddled country gets close to exiting its three-year IMF-European Union rescue. The IMF executive board approved the payment, which brings the total amount disbursed under the program to 25.7 billion euros. The so-called "troika" of international lenders -- the IMF ...

Greece returns to bond markets, says end of bailout nears

* Further sign that euro zone may be exiting debt crisis * Greece sees sale as first step to end austerity, bailout * Real economy remains bleak, politics toxic (Adds Greek prime minister, EU Commission vice president, Merkel protest ban) LONDON/ATHENS, April 10 (IFR/Reuters) - Two years after nearly crashing out of the euro zone, Greece returned to the bond market on Thursday with investors ...

Greeks evoke past injustices to overcome bailout shame

By Harry Papachristou ATHENS (Reuters) - Germany is footing much of the bill for Greece's 237 billion euro bailout but Athens-trained dentist Aristomenis Syngelakis feels no gratitude; Berlin owes his country billions in reparations for Nazi crimes during World War Two, he says. "They're wagging the finger at us while they are themselves the biggest cheats," says Syngelakis, stung by headlines ...

International Bailout of Ukraine, Like Greece Rescue, Faces Major Risks

Is Ukraine the new Greece?

Greek bank bailout fund picks Fairfax as anchor investor for Eurobank

Greece's bank bailout fund picked a group including Canada's Fairfax as anchor investors in Greek lender Eurobank's 2.86 billion euro share offering, the fund said on Tuesday. The group of investors, including ...

Portugal says it will return to mainstream bond market

Portugal on Thursday said it plans to make its first pre-announced government bond auction since April 2011, ahead of exiting its bailout programme next month. The national debt management agency IGCP said it would make a regular, long-term bond issue on Wednesday aiming to raise 500-750 million euros ($690-1.0 billion) with a 10-year term. The issue is Lisbon's latest step towards returning to ...

Greece to get next bailout loans by end of month

ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Greece will start receiving its next 8.3 billion euros ($11.4 billion) in bailout loans at the end of the month, eurozone finance ministers said Tuesday, citing progress after "many painful years" of reforms.

Ally Financial: From bailout shame to lame IPO

From bailout shame to the IPO game.

Anchor investors bid for big chunk of Greece's Eurobank: sources

By George Georgiopoulos ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece's bank bailout fund has received bids from anchor investors, including Canada's Fairfax and York Capital, for a big chunk of Eurobank's 2.86 billion euro ($3.95 billion)share offering, two senior banking sources close to the talks said on Tuesday. Eurobank, Greece's third-largest lender and 95 percent owned by the Hellenic Financial Stability ...




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