Greece completes first bond issue in three years, eyes more on way out of programme
Greece announces return to markets with 5-year bond, mostly targeting swap
Travel receipts edge up 1.7 pct in May on higher foreign arrivals
S&P revises Greece outlook to positive, affirms 'B-' rating
HRADF's updated asset development plan sets out next batch of privatisations
Moody's upgrades Greek rating to 'Caa2', changes outlook to positive
Referendum and the ECB to determine the future of Greek banks
The ECB Governing Council decided yesterday to maintain the Emergency Liquidity Assistance (ELA) funding of Greek banks at current levels. Moreover, despite earlier rumors, the ECB did not take any decision on an increase on the haircut applied to ELA collaterals.
This means that Greek banks will continue operating with the ELA liquidity of last Friday which is estimated close to 90 billion. At the same time, ECB said that it will reconvene whenever needed to assess banks liquidity position.
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