S&P keeps B+ rating and positive outlook, stresses factors for stronger growth
PDMA sets out plans to build on recent market forays with bond issues in 2019
Backpay for civil servants gets "positive" measures rolling for government
Appeals over past pension cuts sow confusion about potential fiscal impact of backpay
Revision confirms second year of total fiscal surplus at 0.8 pct of GDP
Moody's explains cautious approach to Greek credit rating upgrade
The government decisions that could shape the future of Greek banks
A number of the new government’s announcements over the last few days have brought the prospects of Greece’s four systemic banks, which are among the largest listed companies in the Athens Stock Exchange and whose trading activity accounts for more than half of the daily turnover, back into focus.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Sunday that the government will change existing legislation so the Hellenic Financial Stability Fund (HFSF) can exercise its rights in banks without restrictions.
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