Yields rise, but Greek debt still partly shielded from market headwinds
Travel receipts reach 8.55 bln up to July, balance of 7.71 bln beats 2019 record
Moody's, DBRS keep ratings unchanged, leave no doubt that fiscal prudence is key for next moves
Finance Ministry costs new support package, but questions remain over electricity subsidies
Industrial production grows by 7 pct in Jul, as manufacturing records monthly drop
Hiring balance slows in June as job market returns to normal levels
Snap elections in Greece bring state's liquidity constraints into focus
The failure to elect a president in Greece, triggering snap elections on January 25 in 2015, brings into sharp focus the issue of what liquidity is available to the Greek state and any government that is formed next year.
Speaking in Parliament on December 22 Finance Minister Gikas Hardouvelis said Greece’s financing needs amount to 4.5 billion euros in the first quarter (Q1) of 2015. These mainly comprise of interest payments (2.2 billion) and IMF repayments estimated a...
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