Top News | Jul 2, 2015
Tsipras turnaround bid rejected
Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras signaled that he is prepared to compromise on the creditor group’s reform demands in a bid to revive negotiations. However, Brussels and also Berlin refused to engage in new talks on a new bailout until the Greek referendum on Sunday. Meanwhile, European stock exchanges recovered from the initial shock and posted healthy gains, still bedding on a “five-minutes-after-twelve-solution” in the Greek debt drama.