S&P keeps rating at 'B+' and highlights obstacles to competitiveness
Fiscal data points to primary surplus of 4.4 pct in 2018, beating target of 3.5 pct
Dispute over pensions backlog as future burden from retirees highlighted
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Greek stocks drop 2.5 pct for second straight week, banks tumble 5.4 pct
The Greek stock market continued its downswing falling by 2.5 percent this week after edging down 0.9 percent in the previous week. Although trading activity picked up from the extremely low levels of the previous week, it remained overall subdued.
Investors remain on the sidelines on the lack of positive developments with the conclusion of the second review being the key catalyst for any potential upward movement.
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