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Syriza Poised for Victory in Greek Election -- Update Syriza appeared to win between 35.5% and 39.5% of the vote, trouncing the incumbent New Democracy party, which managed to secure just 23% and 27% of the vote, according to the exit polls, which were issued immediately after voting booths closed.

Greek Election Likely to Have Muted Effect on Markets

The results of the vote are all-important for the future of Greece, but their broader effects will be cushioned both by Greeces isolation from the euro-zone financial system.

thex ended the week 6.31% higher

The banking sector outperformed with massive blocks on NBG .Other blue chips followed. Turnover activity accelerated. Tonight is the last day for publishing opinion polls. On Sunday, Voting begins at 7:00 a.m. and finishes at 19:00 p.m. local time. On Monday, the Eurogroup session is scheduled at 15.00 CET.
ECONOMY

Weidmann: Its in interests of Greek government to do reforms

Weidmann: It΄s in interests of Greek government to do reformsBundesbank President Jens Weidmann said on Sunday Greece would continue to need aid and would only get this by sticking to its agreements, adding that he hoped the new government would not make promises the country could not afford.
GREECE

Hardouvelis: Extension of negotiation period may derail the economy

Hardouvelis: Extension of negotiation period may derail the economy
He said that any delay in agreeing with the countrys creditors could mean the loss of 7.2 billion euros from loans expected from the IMF and the eurozone, of which 1.8 billion euros were a grant.
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Bundesbanks Weidmann Didnt Back ECBs Bond-Buying Program

ccording to excerpts of a newspaper interview to be published Sunday.

IMF: We dont see Grexit as a possible outcome

It expects to be "fully engaged" with whatever government is elected in Greece.

"If citizens want our contribution, they should give us the power"

Venizelos said during the main rally on Wednesday in Athens.

Samaras: Greece and New Democracy will win on Sunday

He attacked main opposition SYRIZA, saying it is trying to install a regime with a "North Korean prime minister".

Dragasakis: Greece cannot rebound without debt cut

"Our proposal does not solely concern Greek debt, but the problem of excessive debt" he said.

Tsipras calls for clear and powerful vote

He said at a campaign speech in the northern Peloponnese city of Patras on Wednesday.

BoG: International arrivals expanded by 22.7%

Travel receipts from US tourists grew 15.5 percent.
ECONOMY
ECB to begin buying Greek state bonds from July‏

ECB to begin buying Greek state bonds from July‏

The European Central Bank could begin buying Greek state bonds from July, after Greece repays maturing bonds currently held by ECB, Mario Draghi told reporters. Bankers said that the July timetable was set by the ECB because the central bank currently holds a heavy portfolio in Greek state bonds.
ECONOMY
Greek 2014 central government budget deficit dropped

Greek 2014 central government budget deficit dropped

Greek 2014 central government budget deficit dropped to EUR3.64bn from EUR5.44bn in 2013, missing, however, target deficit of EUR765m set out in 2015 budget.
ECONOMY
Moody΄s: Risk of Greek exit credit negative for euro member states

Moodys: Risk of Greek exit credit negative for euro member states

The recent political turmoil in Greece and early Greek elections have increased the risk of a Greek exit from the euro area. However the likelihood of a Greek exit remains relatively unlikely".

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