Greece denies report of plans for euro referendum FRANKFURT (MarketWatch) -- The Greek government on Tuesday denied a newspaper report that Prime Minister George Papandreou was considering holding a referendum on Greece's continued membership in the euro currency, news reports said. "There are no thoughts whatsoever on this, spokesman Ilias Mosialos said, according to Bloomberg. "It's a no-go area for us. We are members of the euro and this is not going to be put to a referendum," Mosialos said. Greek newspaper Kathimerini on Tuesday reported that Papandreou was considering calling for a referendum on whether Greece should continue to deal with its debt woes within the euro zone or by exiting the shared currency.