New twist in Hellinikon saga as Lamda goes it alone
Moody's holds on rating update stressing need for reform
Fitch leaves rating unchanged, notes recovery potential and tricky fiscal balance
New government sets sights on sustainable and wide-reaching tourism industry
Falling T-bill yields underline market confidence in Greek debt, promise lower servicing costs
Bonds enjoy great buoyancy but remain some distance from investment grade
Notable increase in grants to social security sector leads to budget primary deficit in Nov
Greece’s budget primary surplus was confirmed at 4.34 billion euros in the 11-month period of 2015, up by 21.7 percent from the corresponding period last year, according to the Finance Ministry (MoF) final budget figures published on December 24.
Our understanding is that the government made these payments after the disbursement of the 2-billion bailout sub-tranche.
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