Greek minister hints at confidence vote after bailout agreement – business live

Financial investors are watching the political fallout in Athens after its third aid programme was agreed

German finance ministry insists again that the involvement of the IMF in the third Greek bailout remains ‘indispensable’#Greece

Finally, some economic data. And the latest survey of eurozone trade suggests that the weaker euro is helping exporters.

The eurozone’s trade surplus hit a record in June, at €26.4bn, according to Eurostat. Exports were 12% higher than a year ago, at €182.7, while imports rose just 7% year-on-year to €156.4bn.

Continue reading…

Business | The Guardian