First bond of 2022 attracts fewer offers, more than double last year's yield at 1.83 pct
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PDMA's debt strategy for 2022 includes green bond in 12 bln haul
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BoG sets out positives and next steps for economy, forecasts 2.4 pct growth in 2020
The Bank of Greece (BoG) submitted to Parliament on Friday its interim monetary policy report for 2019 in which it outlines a range of areas that Greek authorities should take encouragement from, while stressing others that require focus and pose challenges in the near and longer terms future.
Overall, the BoG appears more upbeat than in previous reports issued during the SYRIZA administration, stressing that the recovery of the economy is continuing, with improved economic sentiment and business expectations pointing to solid growth momentum.
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