Greek government-debt crisis

To Potami chief meets PM in push to change Greek electoral law

Stavros Theodorakis, leader of the centrist To Potami party, will meet with conservative Prime Minister Antonis Samaras on Wednesday at 6 p.m.

It will be the first official meeting between the two leaders. Scheduled talks between the two were cancelled in October after Samaras called for a confidence vote.

Bonds slide on fears for next Greek bailout tranche

Greece’s bonds fell on Tuesday on reports talks are deadlocked over the nation’s next aid disbursement.

Greek 10-year yields rose the most in more than two weeks as the government and its international creditors remained deadlocked over a final round of measures required to release the last tranche of the country’s bailout, two people familiar with the negotiations said.

Troika ups pressure on Athens

Pressure on the government to make concessions to the troika grew on Monday as European officials indicated that a review by the country’s creditors must resume within the next couple of days if it is to be completed in time for a Eurogroup summit on December 8 when Greece’s post-bailout prospects are to be discussed.