Greece's travel receipts fell at a faster pace in March by 7.8 percent compared to February, Bank of Greece (BoG) figures showed on Tuesday.
The Q1 results for Aegean Airlines show that net losses stood at 35.8 million euros for Q1 2017, worsening by 67 percent year-on-year.
Grivalia Properties’ results for Q1 2017 showed that net profits rose by 10 percent from 10.6 million euros in Q1 last year to 11.7 million.
Athens Stock Exchange (ATHEX) results for Q1 2017 showed that the group’s net profits came to 0.4 million euros versus 1.8 million euros in Q1 2016, a drop of 76.5 percent.
Greece’s current account (C/A) deficit grew to 1.32 billion in March from 772.4 million a year ago, Bank of Greece (BoG) figures showed on Monday.
The Labour Ministry's IDIKA bulletin showed that annual pension cost for social security funds stands at 28.11 billion, or 16 percent of GDP.
Eurobank's Q1 results reported net profits of 36.5 million euros, slightly lower than the Q4 2016 figure of 38.3 million.
The Greek equity market traded sideways falling by 0.6 percent this week and ending a three-week rally that led to cumulative gains of 17.5 percent. Following the voting of the multi-bill with prior actions on Thursday night, all eyes are now on Monday’s Eurogroup, which will discuss the conclusion of the second programme review, the fiscal path and debt relief-measures.
Greece’s central government debt rose by 171 million euros QoQ to 326.53 billion euros in Q1 2017, a Finance Ministry bulletin showed on Friday.
The Turnover Index in Industry continued its positive performance in March after growth was revised to 21.3 percent for February, ELSTAT data showed.