Reforms in the education and judicial systems are high on the agenda of the new government, with officials indicating that New Democracy is already preparing to make significant changes on both fronts.
Just a few days after coming to office, the new government is aiming to take advantage of the positive sentiment in the markets by tapping investors with a 7-year bond.
Greek banks’ Eurosystem funding rose by 539 million euros month-on-month (MoM) in June according to the monthly Bank of Greece's (BoG) financial statement.
The budget primary balance recorded a surplus of 382 million euros in the first six months of 2019, compared to a deficit of 46 million noted in June 2018, the Finance Ministry (MoF) preliminary budget execution bulletin showed on Monday.
The new Greek government is due to hold its first meeting with representatives from the European creditors on Monday as it tries to convince the institutions that it can proceed with its plans for tax cuts without putting the fiscal target at risk.
One of the first orders of business for the new government is to tackle the beleaguered state-controlled energy company, the Public Power Corporation (PPC).
The Hellenic Federation of Enterprises (SEV) has released a study which shows that Greece’s graduates are unequipped to meet the demands of the job market they graduate into.
A narrative evolved in the build up to Sunday’s elections, which has continued in the aftermath of New Democracy’s resounding victory.