bailout programme

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  • Ireland ended its bailout programme as scheduled in December 2013, without any need for additional financial support.
  • They also opposed the inclusion of cabinet members who were previously in the government that approved the bailout programme.
  • After having ended its bailout programme as scheduled in December 2013, there was no need for additional bailout support.
  • As part of the bailout programme, Portugal was required to regain complete access to financial markets by September 2013.
  • Since his election he has focused on education and economic issues such as the need to deleverage household debt, public sector and political reform, and Ireland's Bailout Programme.
  • Next review and update of the bailout programme - which the Greek government has requested some new changes for - is expected to be published by the Troika in December 2014.
  • The latest review of the bailout programme, revealed development of a new extra unexpected financing gap in 2014 and 2015.
  • On 19 June, European and American financial markets rose on speculation of the imminence of a new government that would have at least a modicum of support for the bailout programme.
  • The conclusion of the Troika's long awaited first review report of the bailout programme, had for a long pended the outcome of the Greek parliament's pass of the mentioned bills.
  • The next official European Commission review of the bailout programme - scheduled for release around November/December 2014, is expected to reveal to which extend the Greek government plans to tap the bond market for additional capital.
  • In regards of Greece and Cyprus, they both accomplished a partly regain of market access in 2014, and are scheduled to have their bailout programme periods ended in March 2016.
  • The second bailout programme, was finally ratified by all parties in February 2012, and by effect extended the first programme, meaning a total of were to be transferred at regular tranches throughout the period from May 2010 until December 2014.
  • On the basis of the positive feedback from markets prior to that bond issue, further successful ongoing bond issuance, and later being bale to end its bailout programme as scheduled in December 2013, the Government decided there was no need for further standby bailout support.
  • The Eurogroup is scheduled to meet and discuss the updated review of the Greek bailout programme on 8 December (to be published on the same day), and the potential adjustments to the remaining programme for 2015-16.
  • The negotiations were this time about how to comply with the programme requirements, to ensure activation of the payment of its last scheduled eurozone bailout tranche in December 2014, and about a potential update of its remaining bailout programme for 2015-16.