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Commission sets out parameters for post-programme enhanced surveillance
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Review delay brings Greek liquidity needs back into focus
Apart from creating increasing risks to the strong economic recovery anticipated in 2017, the delay in the conclusion of the second programme review also brought to the forefront the issue of Greece’s liquidity needs to cover its debt redemptions.
The country’s financing needs in 2017 (excluding T-Bills, which have regularly been rolled over during the last two years) amount to 10.52 billion euros. Of this, 5.49 billion relates to redemptions of Greek government bonds (GGBs) held by the ECB and t...
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