By Peter Thal Larsen
The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.
Greece sent an economic reform plan to its EU and IMF creditors overnight, according to an EU source, and euro zone finance ministers will this morning see the list which is a condition for extending the country's bailout programme by four months.
A long night of talks in Brussels and Minsk.
Despite going into the early hours of the morning, euro zone finance ministers failed to reach agreement on a way forward with their Greek counterpart and will try again on Monday.
G20 finance ministers and central bankers meeting in Istanbul will pledge to act decisively on monetary and fiscal policy if needed to combat the risk of stagnation, according to a draft communique obtained by Reuters last night. As has been customary at these summits, a lot of the discussion implicitly centres on Germany.
A week into government, Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis will be in London today for talks with investors and his British counterpart George Osborne. He will then fly to Rome where he will be joined by his prime minister, Alexis Tsipras, on Tuesday.
Britons are becoming no clearer about the outlook for their economy, if the latest Citi/YouGov survey of inflation expectations is anything to go by.