Primary cash surplus widens by 1.8 bln to 4.84 bln by end of Oct

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: BoG, Revenues

Greece’s central government primary cash surplus widened by 61.3 percent to 4.84 billion euros in the 10-month period of 2015 from 3 billion last year, according to Monday’s Bank of Greece (BoG) data.

In addition, this year’s figure incorporates extraordinary income of 556 from the Hellenic Financial Stability Fund (HFSF) that paid to the state in March 2015 the fees it received from Greek banks in late 2012.

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