Argentina returns to credit markets after 15 years Argentina returned to international financial markets , receiving offers for its sovereign bonds ahead of its first debt sale in 15 years.
'Bad bank' deal could be option for several countries: EU banking resolution chief A state-backed "bad bank" that would take over non-performing loans from a country's banks could also be an option for other countries.
EU seals bad loans accord with Italy Italy and the European Union on Tuesday reached agreement on creating a guarantee vehicle to help Italian banks sell bad loans.
Moscovici confident of 'compromise' with Greece on remaining reforms The EU's economic affairs commissioner, Pierre Moscovici, voiced confidence that Greece would reach a "compromise" with its creditors by the end of the week on remaining reforms demanded under its third bailout.
Russia to open $5 bn Iran credit line: Tehran Russia plans to open a $5 billion credit line for Iran to help finance infrastructure projects in the country, officials from both countries said during a visit by Moscow's energy minister.
S&P upgrades Ukraine from 'selective default' Standard and Poor's upgraded Ukraine's credit rating from "selective default" thanks to the cash-strapped former Soviet country's ability to strike a major debt write-restructuring deal.
Moody's downgrades France rating citing slow growth Moody's cut France's sovereign debt rating one notch to Aa2, saying the country will struggle with slow growth and a high debt burden for the next five years.
IMF chief says 'extremely encouraged' by Ukraine reforms IMF chief Christine Lagarde heaped praise on Ukraine's reform efforts in a visit to Kiev following a deal to restructure the country's debt burden.
Greece vote set for Sept 20 as Syriza takes poll lead Greece geared up for a snap election next month, with an opinion poll showing the leftist party Syriza ahead despite a wave of defections over the country's massive new bailout.
Greece rebels form new party ahead of snap polls Rebels from Greece's Syriza party on Friday formed a breakaway parliamentary group after Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras resigned.
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Spanish parliament approves new Greece bailout Spanish lawmakers overwhelming approved Greece's third bailout package following a debate in parliament which the ruling party used to defend its economic record.
Tsipras tells US Treasury Secretary deal must 'respect' Greeks Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras told US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew his country wanted the eurozone to provide a bailout, but one that "respects the Greek people".
IMF, EU pour cold water on Greek debt deal hopes Greece's creditors piled pressure on cash-strapped Athens as the IMF pulled its team out of talks and the EU warned Athens to stop gambling with the possibility of default.
EU's Moscovici believes 'more than ever' in Greek debt deal The EU's Economic Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici said he believed "more than ever" that a debt deal was possible between Greece and its creditors.
Spain confident of Greek debt deal 'within coming days' Spanish Economy Minister Luis de Guindos said he expects Greece will reach an agreement with its bailout creditors in the "coming days".
IMF says Greece may need debt relief The International Monetary Fund said that Greece may need debt relief but rejected news reports that it had pushed for it at a eurozone meeting last month.
Greece to make April IMF payment, but uncertainty reigns Greece is due to make its 459 million euro ($495 million) April loan payment to the IMF following days of uncertainty.
Greece agrees to repay IMF debt by April 9: Lagarde Greece has agreed to repay its debt to the International Monetary Fund by April 9, IMF chief Christine Lagarde said after a meeting with Greek Finance Minister.
Greece wants to fix debt problem with EU, not other powers Greece's foreign minister said his left-wing government wants to resolve the nation's debt squeeze with Europe.