BoG sees 7.5 pct recession, EU funds boosting GDP by 1.9 pct annually
Greece draws strong interest, attractive yield by re-opening 10-year bond
Fitch keeps rating at 'BB', sees GDP contraction of 7.9 pct in 2020
OECD releases new outlook calling for sustained reforms post Covid-19
BoG highlights how Covid-19 compounds legacy issues and structural challenges
Greece issues new 10 yr bond as investor appetite returns
Discussion about 'Grexit' sends Athens bourse to lowest since Nov 2012
After rising by 1.2 percent in each of the preceding two sessions, the Greek stock market plunged 5.63 percent on Monday amid prevailing political uncertainty and investors’ concerns over contradicting press reports about a potential Grexit.
Although European stock exchanges also fell, the domestic market clearly underperformed its European peers on heightened domestic risk.
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