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Main index ended first quarter 6% lower While for the same period banks lost more than 41% among increased concerns about the countrys ability to secure more funding from its international lenders. Volume accelerated reaching 125 million euro.

Greece, EU/IMF lenders end round of technical talks without deal

Talks between officials from Greece and its EU/IMF lenders in Brussels have ended without a deal on the countrys reform plans and may continue next week, three Greek government officials said on Tuesday.

Tsipras issues call to opposition parties to rally in national effort

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras called on opposition parties to rally in a national effort to end austerity, in his address to Parliament on Monday night on the current developments in negotiations with the countrys creditors.

Greece Discloses Expected Proceeds From Planned Piraeus Sale

Greece Discloses Expected Proceeds From Planned Piraeus SaleGreece has told creditors it expects to raise at least EUR500 million from the privatization of the Piraeus port, according to Greek officials. "Greek officials also told creditors they will seek to privatize operating concessions at 14 regional airports".

French PM Valls: Hope to See Growth of 1.5% by End of Year

French PM Valls: Hope to See Growth of 1.5% by End of YearFrench Prime Minister Manuel Valls said Tuesday that he hopes that the countrys economic growth will reach 1.5% this year, raising the governments previous target of 1% growth for 2015, just days President Francois Hollandes Socialist Party suffered a heavy defeat in local elections.
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Greece submits list of reforms to Brussels

Of this, cEUR725mn will stem from taxation on foreign deposits.

Greek PM had constructive discussion with IMF chief

He confirmed that Greece had promptly paid installments for IMF loans in March.

Greek Bank Deposits Plunge to 10-Year Low

Amid rising political uncertainty and worries over the countrys possible exit from the eurozone.

Strong interest for Kasteli airport tender

The deadline for expressions of interest for the construction of a new airport expires on April 7th.

Fitch downgraded Greece by 3 notches to CCC

Fitch expects that Greece will meet its obligations, however the increased risks led to the downgrade.

Athens International Airport is Airport of the Year

Air Transport News is the only entity to award all major sectors and leaders of the airline industry globally.

Lafazanis signed the construction licenses of Ptolemais V lignite plant

He stated that he is supporting the re-opening of the Ptolemais 3.
Greece Lowers 2015 Growth Forecast

Greece Lowers 2015 Growth Forecast

According to initial estimates by the previous government and its international creditors, Greeces economy was expected to grow by 2.9% in 2015. This estimate was later lowered to 2.5% both by the European Commission and the countrys central bank, Bank of Greece.
ECB raised ELA funding by EUR 1.3bn

ECB raised ELA funding by EUR 1.3bn

The ECBs Governing Council decided yesterday to raise the limit for the use of ELA by Greek banks by another EUR 1.2bn to EUR 71bn. This moves comes after an acceleration of deposit outflows which reached approximately EUR 1.0bn during the previous week.
Exclusive; European Commission renounces P. Lafazanis energy views

Exclusive; European Commission renounces P. Lafazanis energy views

According to the policy statements and the public statements Mr. Lafazanis has made, the government firstly rejects the neoliberal European policies " and also intends to strengthen the role and power of PPC.



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