Greece in selective default in spite of German bailout approval

As part of the agreement an estimated €100bn will be wiped off Greece's . The average maturity of creditors bonds will also be extended, allowing for reduced short term funding requirements.

The news comes in spite of Germany's parliament earlier in the day approving a second bailout plan for the debt stricken country.

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