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A technical agreement reached for Greek bailout
Greece has agreed a bailout deal "in principle" with its creditors.
Greek bank shares continue to decline
Wednesday saw a 25 percent drop in the banking sector share index.
Deal reached to keep Greece in the eurozone
Greece now has until Wednesday to pass reforms demanded by the eurozone.
What it's like to be a banker in Greece
Workers are emotionally spent from dealing with customers' tears and threats.
Greek prime minister strikes a foreboding tone
In a speech before the European Parliament, Alexis Tsipras spoke of previous failures.
Greek Finance Minister resigns amid fallout from vote
Yanis Varoufakis, known for a combative negotiation style, leaves his position.
Bitcoin offers no easy escape for Greece
Expecting Bitcoin to fix Greece is like trying to run Netflix on the Internet of 1995.
Europe resists Greece's charm offensive
Finance minister struggles to win support for Greek anti-austerity policies.
The inspectors call... on Greece
Inspectors from the troika of the European Commission, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund are checking up on Greece’s austerity measures.