BRUSSELS May 4 The details of Portugal's EU/IMF
bailout are still being finalised but the financial aid is
expected to be between 75 and 90 billion euros, depending on how
much assistance Portugal's banks need, a euro zone source said.
Portuguese government sources have said Portugal will
receive 78 billion euros from the EU and IMF under a provisional
agreement struck with caretaker Prime Minister Jose Socrates on
Tuesday, with 12 billion euros of that amount going to the
"Officially the range is still 75-90 billion euros," a
senior euro zone finance source told Reuters, saying the details
would be finalised in the coming two days. "A lot depends on how
much Portugal's banks end up needing."