Merkel “Won’t Be Blackmailed By Greece”, Demands Deal Before Market Open On Monday

Thursday, June 25, 2015
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden
ZeroHedge.com
06/25/2015

The Eurogroup meeting between EU finance ministers has broken up for the day and will reconvene on Saturday according to reports.

As noted earlier, Greece is now refusing to agree to the IMF’s hardline stance on pension cuts and the VAT, while the IMF isn’t interested in a deal that sees Athens escaping long-term fiscal reform by resorting to short-term, unenforceable solutions such as tax hikes.

As EU leaders convene for a two-day summit in Brussels (where it will be all Greece, all day, despite what anyone says), German Chancellor Angela Merkel now looks to be leaning towards drawing a line in the sand consistent with her finance minister, her lawmakers, and her central bank chief.

GERMANY’S MERKEL TOLD EU PARTY LEADERS THERE MUST BE DEAL ON GREECE BEFORE MARKETS OPEN ON MONDAY -PARTICIPANTS
MERKEL ALSO TOLD CONSERVATIVE EPP LEADERS “WE WON’T BE BLACKMAILED” BY GREECE -PARTICIPANTS

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