After the government took the negotiations on the framework for protecting the homes of debtors to their limit timewise, imposing a partial solution and leaving the hard part for later, the ball is now in the creditors' court.
On Wednesday the European Commission will issue Greece's compliance report for the second post-bailout assessment.
Cyprus is expected to issue its first ever 15-year government bond at a rate between 2.90 percent - 3.00 percent.
The Finance Ministry expects the Euro Medium Term Note (EMTN) to attract 1 billion euros.
Although the coupon rate is relatively high compared to other EU countries; the move shows a significant vote of confidence in the long term trajectory of the Cypriot economy
German airport association ADV warned that the strike action would "paralyze" the German flight network on Tuesday, reported DW.
Frankfurt Airport operator Fraport canceled 570 of 1,200 flights at Frankfurt ahead of Tuesday's warning strike organized by the DBB and Verdi trade unions, who began their walkout at 2 a.m. local time (0100 UTC).
67% of Bulgarians will welcome the New Year at home, another 17% will visit their relatives, 11 out of 100 will celebrate in a restaurant.
This shows data from a national representative survey of Exacta. Compared to last year, the proportion of our compatriots who will celebrate at home is decreasing.
Wall Street stocks roared back to life on Wednesday, shaking off four straight routs following strong retail sales data and White House reassurances that Fed Chair Jay Powell won't be fired, reports AFP
The Dow Jones Industrial Average finished up nearly 1,100 points, or about five percent, at 22,878.45.
Sofia Airport is 63rd in terms of number of passengers in 2017 from about 150 airports of EU countries, according to Eurostat data on today's 7th of December, which is marked as International Aviation Day.
Last year, around 6.5 million passengers passed through Sofia Airport, which is 30% more than in the previous 2016, according to European statistics.