EC sees milder Greek recession in 2015, debt ratio to climb to 200 pct in 2016Economy
In its autumn economic forecasts published on Thursday, the European Commission (EC) revised its estimates on the Greek economy to take into account the uncertainty surrounding the bank holiday and the imposition of capital controls in late June.
Updated ELSTAT figures point to minor differences on fiscal data, slight rise in debt ratioEconomyMacroeconomy
In its second notification on fiscal data, the Hellenic Statistical Authority broadly confirmed the fiscal and debt figures for the 2011 – 2014 period with those disclosed last April.
IMF sees Greek debt above 200 pct of GDP in 2016, at 182 pct in 2020Economy
Following the release of the World Economic Outlook (WEO) report with its latest macro forecasts on Greece, the IMF published on Wednesday its updated fiscal estimates in the October Fiscal Monitor (FM) report.
Tax arrears rise again in August as 645 mln in new debt added for total of 6.92 bln this yearEconomy
Greece’s new unpaid taxes resumed an accelerating trend growing by 645 million euros in August from 388 million in July, General Secretariat of Information Systems (GSIS) data showed on Monday.
European Commission's Greek DSA sees recession ahead, debt becoming unsustainableEconomyProgramme
Ahead of the Eurogroup meeting on Friday, the European Commission prepared an updated Debt Sustainability Analysis (DSA), which was published by the Wall Street Journal.
IMF urges substantial debt relief for GreeceEconomyProgramme
The International Monetary Fund published late on Tuesday an update of the preliminary debt sustainability analysis (DSA) that was released on June 26, arguing that Greek debt has become highly unsustainable.
IMF preliminary DSA finds Greek debt unsustainable, points to need for debt reliefEconomyProgramme
The IMF published today the preliminary Debt Sustainability Analysis (DSA) that has not, however, been agreed with the other institutions nor approved by its Executive Board.
The lenders proposals on debt and funding needs that Greeks will vote on in referendumEconomyProgramme
Greek Parliament has published (in Greek) the preliminary debt sustainability analysis (DSA) as well as another document with Greece’s financing needs and timetable of disbursements that accompanied the institutions proposal to Athens on June 25.
OECD slashes 2015 growth forecast to just 0.1 pct, raises unemployment and debt figuresEconomyMacroeconomy
In its latest Economic Outlook report released on Wednesday, the OECD slashed its Greek GDP estimates to 0.1 percent in 2015 from 2.3 percent in its previous forecast published last November.
Greek debt falls to 312.7 bln in Q1 after return of EFSF bondsEconomy
Greece’s central government debt fell by 11.43 billion euros quarter on quarter (QoQ) to 312.7 billion at the end of the first quarter (Q1) of 2015 from 324.13 billion at the end of Q4 2014, according to the Finance Ministry debt bulletin.