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14-04-2015

"Debt default does not automatically mean an exit of Greece from the eurozone"

cep economist Matthias Kullas says the slow progress in the negotiations between Greece and its creditors indicate that the government is actually prepared to allow a debt default

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13-04-2015

"Wednesday's press conference will be a tightrope walk for Draghi"

cep economist Van Roosebeke: It will be interesting to see if ECB President Draghi will comment on a possible smaller size or premature end of the bond buying program

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10-04-2015

IMF head Lagarde: "Yes, I've got my money back"

cep economist Matthias Kullas says Greece must swiftly come to an agreement with the EU and the IMF over its reform plan if it wants to be able to pay its bills also in the future

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09-04-2015

Russia says Greece could become major European gas transit hub

cep energy expert Moritz Bonn doubts that Turkish Stream will prove more lucrative for Gazprom than abandoned South Stream project

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08-04-2015

ECB's Mersch: Could trim asset purchasing program if inflation picks up earlier

cep economist Bert Van Roosebeke says Mersch's announcement can contribute to keeping inflation expectations anchored

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07-04-2015

EU checks whether Greece, Portugal, Spain and Italy illegaly underwriting banks

cep financial market expert Bert Van Roosebeke says question whether deferred tax assets can be core capital is complex

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02-04-2015

ECB's Lautenschlaeger doubts effectiveness of bond-buying program

cep economist Matthias Kullas warns that programs also carries large risks

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01-04-2015

EU's Sefcovic to broker further gas talks with Russia and Ukraine mid-April

EU Commission Vice President aims to extend discount on Russian gas prices for Ukraine

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31-03-2015

Greece fails to reach initial deal on further aid in talks with EU and IMF

cep economist Matthias Kullas tells German national broadcaster Deutschlandfunk that the EU needs to keep the door open for Greece to eventually make the reforms necessary to qualify for further financial aid

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30-03-2015

"Greek crisis makes conflict of interest inside ECB visible"

cep financial market expert Bert Van Roosebeke: European banking supervision head Nouy has to be prepared for tough questions in ECON committee on conflict of interest between monetary policy and banking supervision in ECB

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