Reuters newsflash reports that the Greek PSI participation has reached the needed 75%, and that there have been 'no surprises'.
More from Reuters:
"Venizelos informed the cabinet that the PSI (debt swap) is going well, there are no surprises," said a minister who took part in the meeting and declined to be named.
Athens must secure the deal as part of a financial bailout that will allow it to redeem debt coming due in less than two weeks. Missing that repayment would potentially destabilize the euro zone's financial system and undermine the euro.
Our guess is that if they really had 75%, the whole world would know about it, and the minister leaking this 'info' would have no issues with being named as the source of the info. We'll know shortly.