"The European Union dropped hints that a summit this week will offer an aid package to financially- stricken Greece as officials seek to prevent its budgetary woes from eroding confidence in the euro.
“We are talking about support in the broad sense,” Olli Rehn, the EU’s new economic affairs commissioner, said in an interview in Strasbourg, France today. Michael Meister, financial affairs spokesman for German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union, said in an interview in Berlin that aid would come “under strict conditions and if the Greek government undertakes far-reaching state reforms.” (Full article at Bloomberg)
Also this was a headline on WSJ just now.
"Germany is considering loan guarantees for Greece and other troubled euro partners, but a final decision may not come this week."
Below is the video of Joseph Stiglitz talking about Greece on Bloomberg. EUR/USD is trading at 1.3780 and I provided more news links.
2nd UPDATE: Germany Working On Possible Greek Aid Package (WSJ)
European Governments Agree to Help Greece: Source (ABC/Reuters)
Treasurys Down On Reports Of EU Aid To Greece, 3Y Auction Looms (WSJ)
UPDATE: Almunia: Greece Must Pay Price For EU Support (WSJ)
EUR/USD, Trichet Leaves Early For ECB Meeting, Stiglitz: No Default For US, UK (yesterday)