Moody's explains cautious approach to Greek credit rating upgrade
PDMA readies bond schedule for 2019, with eye on prepayment of IMF loans
Retail turnover in June grows strongly led by fuel and supermarket sales
Economic sentiment remains stable as retail confidence materially improves
Employment balance year-to-date posts record despite more departures in July
Fitch upgrades Greek rating to 'BB-', three notches from investment grade
Greek banks' potential capital shortfalls set to be reduced by more than 2.5 bln
Greek media reported on Tuesday that the Ministry of Finance (MoF) will soon table in Parliament a draft bill which will allow the conversion of Greek banks’ Deferred Tax Asset (DTA) into tax credit.
The new legal framework has to be approved by the European Banking Authority (EBA) by September 30 in order for the resulting capital benefits to banks to be incorporated in the ECB-EBA stress tests.
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