Credit growth accelerates to 3.2 pct in May, led by loans to businesses
PBO urges continued fiscal discipline amid growing instability
Rising bond yields a concern, but not an immediate fiscal problem
OECD finds tax cuts linked to pandemic helped reduce wedge on labour
Reopening of 7-year bond affirms tougher conditions on sovereign debt market
S&P moves Greece closer to investment grade, puts focus on budget and growth
Greek banks' potential capital shortfalls set to be reduced by more than 2.5 bln
Greek media reported on Tuesday that the Ministry of Finance (MoF) will soon table in Parliament a draft bill which will allow the conversion of Greek banks’ Deferred Tax Asset (DTA) into tax credit.
The new legal framework has to be approved by the European Banking Authority (EBA) by September 30 in order for the resulting capital benefits to banks to be incorporated in the ECB-EBA stress tests.
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