Friday

26th Aug 2016

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Finance ministers to approve Greek bailout tranche

Eurozone finance ministers are set to approve on Thursday the disbursement of a €43.7bn tranche to Greece, after the country managed to buy back some of its debt from private investors. The country's debt management agency said the government had bought back €31.9bn of bonds at 33.8% of their value.

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