27.11.2012 [4-traders] - Berlin--German Chancellor AngelaMerkel strongly urged parliamentary members of her Christian Democratic Union to pass a package of new financing measures for Greece agreed to by the nation's public lenders, according to an official who was present
27.11.2012 [Irish Independent] - Chancellor AngelaMerkel's centre-right coalition and the opposition Social Democrats (SPD) said on Tuesday that the Greek deal agreed overnight would be put to the vote in the Bundestag lower house on Thursday or Friday. With both sides voicing
29.11.2012 [Reuters] - BERLIN (Reuters) - AngelaMerkel will not need votes from opponents on the left to get a bailout for Greece through the German parliament, a senior ally said on Thursday, despite a growing revolt within the chancellor's conservative coalition. Less
27.11.2012 [CNBC.com] - ... Associate Editor. The latest Greek debt deal is at the behest of German Chancellor AngelaMerkel and the needs of the domestic political landscape there rather than about ensuring Greece's long term economic well- being, analysts told CNBC Tuesday.
26.11.2012 [Business Recorder (blog)] - German Chancellor AngelaMerkel told a closed-door meeting of lawmakers that lower interest rates and an expanded EFSF rescue fund could fill Greece's financing gap. "The news (overnight) was a bit disappointing, but Merkel comments this morning seem
26.11.2012 [Reuters] - MILAN (Reuters) - Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti said on Monday he had spoken to German Chancellor AngelaMerkel ahead of a meeting of euro zone finance ministers that Monti said would be crucial to providing fresh aid to Greece. "I hope I am
28.10.2012 As if Greece didn't have it bad enough already, what with the crippling austerity, massive unemployment, and fascists as their local police force, AngelaMerkel took a trip over there yesterday for a.
30.11.2012 [Getty Images] - BERLIN, GERMANY - NOVEMBER 30: German Chancellor AngelaMerkel, Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle (L) and Vice Chancellor and Economy Minister Philipp Roesler (C) look on as Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble leaves the podium after