EU Leaders Face Four-Week Battle to Underpin Euro: Timeline
Following is a list of key events facing European leaders in the aftermath of the Greek election.
June 18 -Greek leaders start efforts to put together a coalition.
June 18-19 -G-20 summit in Mexico.
June 19 -Spain sells 12-month and 18-month bills. -Greece sells EU1 billion in 91-day bills.
June 20 -Germany sells additional EU5 billion in two-year notes.
June 21-22 -Euro region and European Union finance ministers meet.
June 21 -ECB Council meeting (officially a non-policy meeting). -Merkel and German opposition discuss European fiscal pact. -Spain sells bonds.
June 22 -Merkel, Hollande, Monti, Rajoy meet in Rome. -Germany plays Greece in the quarter finals of the soccer European Championships.
June 26 -Spain to sell 3-month and 6-month bills. -Italy to sell bonds.
June 28-29 -EU summit. Leaders will discuss a blueprint for deeper euro integration authored by Draghi, Barroso, Rompuy, Juncker.
June 28 -Italy to sell bonds.
June 29 -Germany’s lower house likely to ratify ESM and fiscal pact.
July 5 -ECB council meeting (policy meeting).
July 15 -Greece will run out of money by mid-July, Greece’s Syriza party said on June 13.
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