Clearly, “imminent” was a poor choice of words last month to describe a deal between the Greek government, their EU/ECB/IMF overlords, and Greek bondholders that would facilitate the next round of bailout money in order that the Greeks avoid a messy default next month, but, this morning, some are using that word again as a deal might finally get done.

Here’s where things stood as of last night as Greek officials deliberated:

Understandably, Reuters appears to be confused by what’s going on in this very fluid situation. Between the time that this URL was copied for the links post a few minutes ago until the time it was posted, the title changed from “Greece heads to Brussels empty-handed” to “Greek political leaders agree on bailout reforms: sources”, however, they were careful not to use the word “imminent” in the updated story.