Marcus Walker retweeted
Athens wants to divorce the IMF, but the fund's still clearly in the bailout driver seat: http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2015/02/24/the-imf-shot-down-greeces-new-bailout-proposal-heres-why-it-matters/ …
ND, PASOK see deal as step backward http://dlvr.it/8k2YGS
Gov’t shifts focus to funding needs after list approved http://dlvr.it/8k46f2
About The Authorship Of The Infamous "Greek Reforms" Memo http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-02-24/about-authorship-infamous-greek-reforms-memo …
Troika "Happy" With Revised List Of Greek Reform Promises: Full Varoufakis Letter http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-02-24/troika-happy-revised-list-greek-reform-promises-full-varoufakis-letter …
Greek government accused of 'treason' for reforms that include collecting taxes properly http://www.businessinsider.com/greeces-syriza-reforms-to-secure-bailout-extension-2015-2 … via @clusterstock
Athens Stock Index up nearly 7% on back of positive noises on #Greece reforms - banks also faired well since deal
Working out details of Greek reforms will take time, says Dijsselbloem http://dlvr.it/8jgTFM
Greek finance minister's letter to the Eurogroup http://dlvr.it/8jgVCY
(1) Now here's an interesting chain of thought. France currently issues around 90 billion euros in bonds annually to finance deficit.
(2) On a rough and ready calculation ECB will buy around 90 billion Euros worth of French bonds each year in both 2015 & 2016.
(3) As France is an ECB shareholder (or own NCB) interest payments on this debt will be returned.
(4) Conclusion: Extra debt to finance French deficit effectively comes free in 2015/16. This will continue as long as QE continues.
This list will be approved by the Eurogroup, even w reservations. It's much more comprehensive & detailed than what was 'leaked'.
German Vice-Chancellor Gabriel says he is "cautiously optimistic" that an agreement on #Greece will be reached (via DPA)
All these Greek reform proposals look good. Other tweet to follow on more doubtful elements of plan
Ten Greek reform proposals that are too vague to determine if good or bad
Albert Broomhead retweeted
Varoufakis' letter contains a lot of creative ambiguity. Leaves lots of room for Greece to tackle chronic issues & protect vulnerable groups
Finland nixes vote on Greek reforms http://bit.ly/1BLu87m . Many previous reports of FinParliamant vote, such as http://on.wsj.com/1ELIcve