Finland could be the eurozone country pushing for a Grexit in Saturday's marathon negotiations among eurozone's finance ministers, the Finnish state broadcaster Yle reported on Saturday. With little official information coming out of the Eurogroup, where talks carried on into the evening, European media outlets were taking center stage in the Greek debt saga. Finish media outlets reported that Finland is pushing for a Grexit, while the German media earlier reported that Germany's finance ministry floated a document that outlined a temporary five-year Grexit from the euro, but not from the European Union. Meanwhile, Greek newspapers were focusing on the fact that Eurozone leaders demanded tougher reforms from Greece in exchange of what is now calculated at a potential new bailout of €74 billion ($82.55 billion).
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