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The loans Greek banks will issue annually in 2022-2024 will exceed 20 billion euros or 12% of gross domestic product, JP Morgan has estimated.


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26.07.2021 / 20:22

The latest announcements of the European Central Bank on inflation and the forward guidance on interest rates are securing, according to analysts, reduced borrowing costs through the end of 2024, with even longer prospects for an extension of quantitative easing.


26.07.2021 / 10:40

The Delta strain of the novel coronavirus may have raised concerns across Europe about the prospects of an economic rebound after the lockdowns, but international firms remain optimistic that it will not derail the Greek economy’s strong recovery.


21.07.2021 / 22:41

The new ESG ATHEX index is set to launch at Athinon Avenue on August 2 and will initially include 35 stocks with a strong performance on environmental issues, on social responsibility and corporate governance.


15.07.2021 / 12:00

Greeks and foreigners alike snapped up the “green” bond Public Power Corporation offered on Wednesday, its second issue this year, through which the utility raised 500 million euros, against an original target for €350 million.


06.07.2021 / 23:15

So-called “green” bonds – i.e. those destined to finance environmentally friendly business activities – are increasingly shifting from the exception to the rule of issuers, especially in Europe, and the Greek state does not intend to sit this one out.


02.07.2021 / 23:15

Two strong new votes of confidence in the prospects of the national economy have come by way of HSBC and UniCredit, extending the list of international firms that have recently raised their forecasts for the country, estimating that 2021 will be a very important year for the Greek growth narrative.


29.06.2021 / 09:40

The recovery of economic activity has already begun and is set to accelerate in the second half of the year, but the local economy continues to face significant challenges in both the short and long term, according to the Bank of Greece’s monetary policy report for 2020-21, released on Monday.


11.06.2021 / 14:13

Greece posted a new record at the reopening of its 10-year bond on Wednesday, with the investment community granting it a strong new vote of confidence.


09.06.2021 / 04:00

The Greek state will likely reopen its 10-year bond issue from January on Wednesday, market conditions permitting, in a carefully thought-out move. the Public Debt Management Agency (PDMA) has since April been planning to make the most of the favorable conditions in the market that have brought the Greek-German bond spread to its lowest level since 2008.


08.06.2021 / 04:00

Featuring record participation, the 10th Greek Investment Forum in New York opens on Tuesday, organized by Hellenic Exchanges-Athens Stock Exchange and the American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce, Hellenic Exchanges CEO Socrates Lazaridis told Kathimerini.


07.06.2021 / 23:13

State spending in the post-pandemic and post-ECB support period will be a crucial factor for national finances and recovery in the eurozone, as in Greece, especially regarding the utilization of the Next Generation EU fund, analysts tell Kathimerini.


07.06.2021 / 04:00

The suspension of fiscal rules for another year, up to 2023, creates opportunities as well as risks for European Union countries. Analysts tell Kathimerini that while this extension is necessary, some states run the risk of suffering long-term problems, even when the economy reverts to reality.


25.05.2021 / 12:00

The silence from Moody’s last Friday, when it was supposed to issue its latest report and assessment on Greece, constitutes neither a surprise nor a negative sign.


19.05.2021 / 22:40

Moody’s estimates that the full absorption and efficient utilization of the Next Generation EU funds over the next seven years will boost growth by 1 percentage point per year and lead to a cumulative decline of the ratio of debt to gross domestic product by 14.5%.