Eurogroup approves SMP and ANFA profit release, decision on investment use postponed
Eurogroup to approve release of bond profits but bid to repurpose funds falls flat
Despite differing views IMF and EC see no immediate debt sustainability concerns
Brussels gives Athens thumbs-up for reforms and budget
IMF cool on growth, urges greater effort on bank, fiscal and labour reforms
Greek govt gears for final Eurogroup of 2019, hoping for better terms
Focus shifts to DSA, fiscal targets after IMF loan prepayment
The Greek Finance Ministry announced on Monday that the process of prepaying some of the outstanding obligations to the IMF has been completed after Athens paid ahead of time 2.7 billion euros.
As part of the first and second programmes, the IMF had participated with amounts that substantially exceeded Greece’s quota with the Fund and some of the loans were subject to surcharges.
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