Fitch keeps Greek rating stable at 'BB-' but sees growth momentum building
Details of bond issue give Athens boost in bid to establish market access
Increase of 11 pct in minimum wage to have knock-on effect in economy
Minimum wage increase set for end of January amid concerns about economic impact
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
Stocks fall for fifth straight week, edging down 0.8 pct
The Greek equity market continued heading south this week, remaining weak until Thursday amid the lack of any progress in negotiations with lenders on the second programme review.
The negative sentiment was also fuelled by the publication of the International Monetary Fund reports that revealed the significant challenges that the Greek economy faces as well as the highly unsustainable nature of Greek debt.
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