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24/07 Greece Returns to Bond Market After Three Years
Greece will return to the bond market after three-year. The Hellenic Republic announced today an invitation to holders of its outstanding 4.75 per cent. BNP Paribas, Citigroup, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, HSBC Bank and Merrill Lynch are acting as Dealer Managers for the Switch and Tender Offer.
22/07 S&P affirms Greeces B- sovereign credit rating, raises outlook to positive
Indicating there is at least a one-in-three probability for a rating upgrade in the following 12 months.
21/07 IMF gives in principle backing to 1.6bn loan for Greece
The International Monetary Fund approved on Thursday in principle a 1.6 billion standby arrangement for Greece.
19/07 Will Draghis ECB start scaling back money tap?
ECB chief Mario Draghi is expected to highlight the euro areas strengthening economy while underlining the need for caution as the bank inches toward ending its stimulus. But interest rates will not rise anytime soon.
19/07 Capital Economics: A fourth bailout for Greece may yet be needed
The resumption of bailout payments and a modest improvement in the economy have put the risk of a Greek default on the back burner again, but major debt relief will ultimately be needed to keep the country in the euro-zone, says Capital Economics in it European Economic Outlook.
14/07 Increased passenger traffic in most Greek airports
January-June period the countrys airports saw passenger traffic reach 21.947 million.
14/07 Banks to now charge commission for tax payments in cash
Banks will henceforth charge customers a commission when they pay their taxes at bank branches in cash, following a decision signed by the head of the Independent Authority for Public Revenues Giorgos Pitsilis.
14/07 ELA funding lower by EUR 2.8bn m/m during June
In particular, ECB funding rose marginally by 0.1bn or 0.6% m-o-m to 16.3bn in June17, from 16.2bn in May, and accounts for 30.1% of Eurosystem funding.
14/07 Turkey threatens measures against Cyprus over exploration of gas deposits
Just a week after UN-led talks broke down between Cyprus and Turkey to end a bitter 40-year division on the island, Ankara and Nicosia are once again at loggerheads. This time, the dispute centers around energy sources.
14/07 Shooting attack near Jerusalems Temple Mount claims several casualties
Israeli police say a shooting in Jerusalems Old City has caused a number of casualties. They said three attackers fired on them before being killed.
13/07 Mitsotakis: We will unite all Greeks to protect democracy and institutions, Mitsotakis says
He noted that Greece was in the 8th year of an extended crisis.
13/07 Greece reiterates pledge to IMF to implement 21 prior actions by June 2018
letter of intent was sent by the Greek government to the IMF that is attached with a list of 21 commitments that the Greek government promises to implement by June 2018, Kathimerini reported.
13/07 Greece raised 813m through 13-week T-Bills at 2.33% yield
Compared to a 2.70% yield during the same term auction that took place a month ago.
13/07 Commission proposes end of Excessive Deficit Procedure for Greece
This follows the substantial efforts in recent years made by the country to consolidate its public finances coupled with the progress made in the implementation of the ESM support programme for Greece.
13/07 German carmaker Daimler facing its own Dieselgate emissions scandal
German authorities raided several locations associated with the automaker back in May.
13/07 Frances Emmanuel Macron urges more German cash for Europe
EU reforms will likely top the agenda, but little progress is expected before Germanys election.
11/07 Temperatures to flirt with 40C as mini-heatwave hits Greece mid-week
The heat will then start to abate from Friday.
11/07 G: Greek bank deposits to rise in 2017
The central bank, in the report, said that despite a decline in deposits in the first quarter of the year because of uncertainty over reaching an agreement between Greek authorities and its creditors.
11/07 ESM paid the EUR 7.7bn tranche to Greece
The amount will cover loan maturities expiring this month, to the tune of EUR 6.9bn, with another EUR 800mn going to cover public sector arrears to the private sector.
11/07 Regling urges Greece to ready market borrowing strategy
"Greece will not need that much borrowing from the markets in the future, once bailout funding via the ESM ends in August 2018; rather it would be required only to replace maturing debt".
11/07 "Greeces market return may be imminent"
Greece could return to financial markets in the next few weeks, investors and bankers close to the discussions told Reuters, raising private cash that would mark an important step towards ending its dependence on official funding next year.
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