An EU-IMF report on Greece’s debt could be delayed until after November 6, EU officials and diplomats say. The EU politicians want to avoid any shock to the global economy before the US presidential election, Reuters said. The report by the “troika” – the European Commission, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund – was expected before a meeting of eurozone finance ministers on October 8. “The Obama administration doesn’t want anything on a macroeconomic scale that is going to rock the global economy before November 6,” a senior EU official said. Greece will be kept afloat in the meantime by issuing short-term treasury bills.