First bond of 2022 attracts fewer offers, more than double last year's yield at 1.83 pct
Fitch improves outlook to positive, sees investment grade hinging on fiscal performance and banks
PDMA's debt strategy for 2022 includes green bond in 12 bln haul
PBO outlines positives from 2021, warns about uncertainty in 2022
High participation in bond swap provides end of year boost
Greek bond yields edge up as PEPP winds down
Crumbling Greek pension system threatens big fiscal gap, budget derailment
Social security funds (SSFs) are the weakest link among the main general government (gg) entities, showing a significant deterioration in their fiscal performance in the course of 2015 and creating a looming challenge for the coalition.
Based on the latest gg bulletin for July, SSFs posted a cash primary deficit of 458 million euros in the 7-month period from a surplus of 359 million in the corresponding period last year, which means there was a fiscal deterioration by 817 million year...
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