Deposit outflow at 550 mln in Oct, led by a decline in corporates
Re-opening of benchmark bond fetches 200 mln at steep yield of 4.44 pct
In another cautious move, PDMA fetches 975 mln for 5 yrs at variable rate
S&P leaves Greece a notch away from investment grade as outlook blurs
Fitch leaves rating unchanged at 'BB', sees small recession and primary deficit next year
Yields rise, but Greek debt still partly shielded from market headwinds
New twist in Hellinikon saga as Lamda goes it alone
Developments in Greece’s marquee privatization project at Athens’s former airport took an unexpected turn on Wednesday when it was announced that the foreign investors participating in the consortium formed to acquire the property have withdrawn.
This leaves Lamda Development, which is owned by Greece’s Latsis family, as the main driving force behind what has turned into an emblematic investment for the country.
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