Dijsselbloem: No ‘big Greek debt relief deal’ to be agreed Monday


Jeroen Dijsselbloem, the chairman of eurozone finance ministers, has said he does not expect a big Greek debt relief deal during Monday’s meeting in Brussels.

Speaking ahead of the Eurogroup session, the Dutch finance minister also played down fears about the outcome of the Italian referendum.

The outlook for Italian banks remains unchanged, Dijsselbloem said. “The referendum has not changed the situation.”