ECB report highlights sluggish Greek economic growth
Strong interest as Greece issues first 52-week T-Bill in almost eight years
Athens identifies drivers for growth as it draws up strategy for next years
Moody's upgrades rating to 'B3,' amid confidence about political outlook, economic prospects
Fitch upgrades Greek rating to 'B,' sees hybrid MoU exit and 2.1 pct growth this year
Athens meets bond targets despite testing market conditions
A snapshot of Greek banks' ABS as ECB readies for next move
The European Central Bank (ECB) announced on September 4 that it will proceed with a large-scale purchase of asset-backed securities (ABS) as well as euro-denominated covered bonds issued by eurozone banks starting from October.
Although detailed modalities of both programs will be announced on October 2, it appears that Greek banks will be excluded from the ECB’s largest quantitative easing measures. The key reason is the country rating (‘B’ by S&P and Fitch and ‘Caa1’ by Mood...
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