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GI ended modestly higher General Index ended modestly higher, due to selective buying in few blue chips such as OPAP, HTO, NBG and PPC. Turnover was subdued as the 2nd presidential vote takes place tomorrow at 12 pm local time. Bond yields declined further, as Greek sovereigns outperformed the other Europeans. The 5yr yield was down 30bps.

Samaras offers 2015 election once bailout talks complete

Prime Minister Antonis Samaras in statements on Sunday put forward a proposal of consensus that includes a consensual election of President of Republic, broadening of the government and general elections until the end of 2015.

Reuters: Greek parliament vote in balance after Samaras election offer

According to Reuters, as parliament prepares for a second round of voting on Tuesday to elect a successor to 85 year-old President Karolos Papoulias, the outcome still appears open with only a handful of independents pledging firm support to the government.

Regling: Euro area to assess Greek debt sustainability in 2015

Regling: Euro area to assess Greek debt sustainability in 2015Klaus Regling, stated that Euro area finance ministers will examine issue of Greek debt sustainability next year, taking into account reforms progress, uncertainty of current projections and market expectations. Furthermore, Mr. Regling argued that reforms have not yet completed in Greece, but must continue.

Moscovici: Troika to leave Athens end February

Moscovici: Troika to leave Athens end February"Greeces place in the eurozone is not longer in question as it was. I fought for that when I was finance minister in France in 2012.It was always my personal conviction that Greeces place is in the Eurozone, that Greece needs the Euro and the Eurozone needs Greece", he noted.
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"SYRIZA and ANEL are allies"

Government spokeswoman Sofia Voultepsi said.

Syriza still ahead in fresh polls

27.3% of voters favour Syriza, against 24.4% for ND.

ELSTAT: Total capacity of Greek fleet rose 1.5% in October

The Greek shipping fleet fell 2.1% in October to 1,866 vessels.

Guardian: EU finance chief flies into Athens as Grexit fears mount

Leftwing leader Alexis Tsipras cries foul over fearmongering and interference from Brussels ahead of presidential election.

Troika says Greece must deliver reforms before next outlay

In order to receive next aid instalment of EUR 1.8bn.

Ergani reported 99,956 new job positions during the 11M period

The hiring-dismissal balance was negative in November, with 20,331 fewer job positions.

Tsipras meets with former BoG governor Provopoulos

The meeting was called by Tsipras to discuss the handling of difficulties in the banking system.

Piraeus Bank signed an agreement with KKR

For the transfer through securitization of the Greek banks loans, worth EUR1.2bn.
German Parliament approved the extension of the adjustment program

German Parliament approved the extension of the adjustment program

The German Parliament approved, by a large majority, in principal the provision of a precautionary credit line (ECCL) to Greece along with the two-month technical extension of the adjustment program.
Greek Economic Sentiment Indicator rises

Greek Economic Sentiment Indicator rises

The Foundation for Economic and Industrial Research (IOBE) announced that the Greek Economic Sentiment Indicator rose to 102.7 in November vs 102.2 in October and 99.3 in September, amid improving expectations in the retail trade.
OECD sees Greek GDP growing by 0.8% in 2014 and by 2.3% in 2015

OECD sees Greek GDP growing by 0.8% in 2014 and by 2.3% in 2015

OECD says that reducing public debt to prudent levels will require years of solid growth and strong fiscal position and may also call for an additional debt relief by extending maturities or lowering rates on outstanding debt.



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