S&P awards investment grade, bringing arduous cycle for economy to a close
OECD outlines several areas where reforms could boost growth potential
PBO draws attention to effects of climate crisis on public finances
Moody's ups GGB rating by two notches, on par with S&P and Fitch
Return to investment grade overshadowed by flood destruction
Scope Ratings second to give Greece investment grade as attention turns to key players from Sep
Current account deficit narrows to 125.2 mln in Jan on higher exports, moderate fuel impact
Greece’s current deficit opened 2023 with a narrow current account deficit of 125.2 million euros, from 2.66 billion euros in December, Bank of Greece (BoG) data showed on Thursday.
In January 2022, the balance showed a deficit of 2.12 billion euros, while in January 2021 the current account posted a deficit of 500.3 million euros.
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