PDMA releases details of 10-year bond, highlighting strong interest
Greece attracts strong interest and yield below 4 pct for first 10-year bond since 2010
Moody's raises Greece two notches to 'B1' but highlights challenges for further upgrades
EC report notes economic imbalances and outlines remedies
Athens starts MTFS process with baseline scenario that sees growth slowing down
Fitch keeps Greek rating stable at 'BB-' but sees growth momentum building
What are the implications of the ECB's decision for Greek banks?
The European Bank took a surprising decision on Wednesday night to lift the waiver on the use of Greek government bonds as collateral by local banks. Below we examine where this decision leaves Greek lenders.
This move means that such collaterals would not be eligible for ECB funding as of February 11.
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