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18/05 : Supermarkets spending down 15% in two years
he average monthly spending per household dropped from EUR 280 in 2015 to EUR 239 this year.
18/05 Multi-bill to be voted in Parliament tonight
The multi-bill with the legislation including the measures that will be implemented in 2019-2020 is scheduled to be voted in Parliament tonight. Ahead of the vote, the PM sought to communicate a positive message.
18/05 Tzanakopoulos: The basic scenario is to have an overall agreement on May 22
"The messages we receive prove that we are on the final stretch".
18/05 Macrons new cabinet: A political menagerie in Paris
Frances President Emmanuel Macron has unveiled his cabinet in Paris - an assortment of right- and left-wingers, political professionals and technocrats, young and old. But will they be able to work together as a team?
17/05 Stouraras: The Greek economy is at a turning point
I am more optimistic now, but cautiously optimistic" he said to "Politico",
17/05 Reuters: Greece eyes bond issue in July
Sources familiar with the plan say to Reuters that Athens wants to test market appetite for Greek debt before a current bailout program.
17/05 Alpha Bank: Blackrocks participation at 5.17% of total voting rights
Blackrock held 77,165,234 shares as per yesterdays announcement vs 78,029,036 on April 25th.
17/05 Eurozone official: Discussion on debt still the most difficult issue
There has been very good preparation on a staff level regarding Greece, a senior Eurozone official said here on Wednesday, expressing hope that this will result in a comprehensive agreement that also includes Greek debt at the May 22 Eurogroup.
17/05 Bill on Greek deal with lenders reaches plenum
The debate will be completed late on Thursday.
17/05 Tsipras: Greece could tap markets this summer; sees positive Eurogroup outcome
Speaking to journalists in parliament, he joked that the messages are too good to be true.
17/05 General strike brings Greece to a halt
Labor unions have launched a full-day strike over a new raft of austerity measures. Workers worry that they are being forced to accept salary cuts from creditors without receiving more bailout funds in return.
17/05 UK unemployment lowest in over 40 years
Britain has logged a decent drop in joblessness for the first three months of the year, sending the unemployment rate down to levels not seen in decades. The pro-Brexit vote seems to leave the labor market unfazed.
17/05 France: Unemployment is our biggest economic problem
Frances President Emmanuel Macron has unveiled his new cabinet. It inherits a difficult legacy, in particular a sluggish economy dogged by years of high unemployment. DWs Doris Pundy reports from Paris.
16/05 No changes for MSCI Greece Indices from May 2017 Semi-Annual Index Review
There have been no additions/ deletions for MSCI Greece Standard, Small Cap and Micro Cap Indices.
16/05 Moodys maintains Stable outlook on the Greek banking system
"Greek banks will face a significant challenge to meet the non-performing exposure (NPE) reduction target of around 40%".
16/05 Trump revealed classified info to Russian officials, Washington Post reports
US President Donald Trump disclosed highly classified information to the Russian foreign minister, according to reports, jeopardizing a crucial intelligence source. The White House has called the allegations "false."
16/05 Greek economy slides back into recession
A first-quarter estimate by statisticians has suggested the Greek economy has slipped backed into recession. The cash-strapped southern eurozone nation is facing fresh spending cuts - and more protests by workers.
15/05 ESM: Greece can return to markets much before mid-2018
Greek government borrowing costs hit their lowest level in more than five years last week
15/05 DBRS keeps Greece at CCC with a stable outlook
As part of the EU-required sovereign release calendar.
15/05 Greece cuts 2017 growth forecast
Greece cut its 2017 growth forecast to 1.8 percent from 2.7 percent, according to a mid-term budget plan unveiled late on Saturday, driven by uncertainty caused by delays in concluding the latest review of bailout reforms.
15/05 Building activity decreased by 4.2% y-o-y in February
The corresponding volume fell by 3.5% y-o-y. F
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