The Eurorgoup Meeting ended last night with no agreement. After nine (or maybe nein) “difficult” hours reporters noted that EU leaders could not agree on what to disagree about.
The Eurogroup is splintering three ways with an increasing number of EU states pushing for a Grexit, others for a deal, and others for tougher measures against Greece.
End of #Eurogroup session. To be continued tomorrow.
— Alexander Stubb (@alexstubb) July 11, 2015
— Ed Conway (@EdConwaySky) July 11, 2015
– DIJSSELBLOEM SAYS TALKS ARE STILL VERY DIFFICULT
– DIJSSELBLOEM SAYS ISSUE OF GREEK TRUST VERY DIFFICULT
– DIJSSELBLOEM: `WE DON’T HAVE A SOLUTION YET’
– DIJSSELBLOEM SAYS `HUGE PROBLEMS’ REMAIN IN GREEK TALKS
– DIJSSELBLOEM: `FOR SURE IT WAS A DIFFICULT MEEETING’
Hope dies last…
– MOSCOVICI SAYS THERE’S `ALWAYS HOPE’ AND TALKS RESUME SUNDAY
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