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23/01 Greece secures billions as bailout enters final stages
Eurozone finance ministers have reached a "political agreement" to grant Greece 6.7 billion euros in bailout money. The ministers praised Greeces progress, putting it on track to leave its bailout program this summer.
23/01 Eurogroup calls on Greek authorities to complete the outstanding prior actions
The Eurogroup welcomed the implementation of almost all of the agreed prior actions for the third review, however the next tranche of loans will be disbursed after all agreed actions are complete. The Eurogroup will now turn its attention to the final stages of the ESM programme, which is expected to end in August 2018.
19/01 Global warming: Last three years are hottest ever
The World Meteorological Organization has released a meta-analysis confirming that 2017 was the second-hottest year on record. The year 2016 remains the warmest since records began, the United Nations agency said, with an average Earth surface temperature at 1.2 degrees Celsius (2.2 degrees Fahrenheit) above pre-industrial levels.
19/01 OTE: Dividend payout and share buyback programs
The Group will distribute to its shareholders, through a combination of dividend payout and share buyback programs, the free cash flow generated every year.
19/01 How Donald Trump changed things in 10 easy lessons
Much of the attention on US President Trump focuses on what he says and tweets. But in his first year in office he has already had a significant impact on key issues affecting people in the US and around the world.
19/01 Alpha Bank plans to return to capital markets with 5yr covered bond
According to Capital.grs sources the issue will amount to 500 miln euros and will target an interest rate of less than 3%.
19/01 National Bank has eliminated its dependency on ELA funding
The National Bank of Greece (NBG) is the first Greek bank that has managed to entirely eliminate its dependency on the European Central Banks Emergency Liquidity Assistance (ELA), bringing its ELA borrowing to zero.
19/01 Archbishop to Tsipras: No need for protest rallies over FYROM name, calls for unity
Archbishop of Athens and All Greece Ieronymos II called for consensus, communication and national unity concerning the ongoing talks on the name of the FYROM.
18/01 IMFs Christine Lagarde urges more German investments
Lagarde noted increasing investments would "help to reduce global imbalances which were concerned about at the IMF. Her advice did not go down well in Frankfurt.
18/01 Centeno: Greece on its way to turn the page, complete adjustment program
Greece appears to be on its way to complete its third adjustment program this year and turn a page, the new Eurogroup president Mario Centeno said during a speech.
18/01 Nimetz: Term Macedonia to be included in name proposal
"I really believe we have leadership in both Athens and Skopje that genuinely want a solution. I mean they dont just say they want a solution, I think they believe its in the national interest of both countries to solve this problem," he said.
18/01 Trump media attacks echo Stalin, says Republican senator
The outspoken Trump critic condemned the president for using a phrase favored by Soviet dictator Josef Stalin. His speech comes after Senator John McCain criticized Trump in a commentary piece on Tuesday.
18/01 Tax code sees Apple boost investments in US
US tech giant Apple has announced major investments in the United States on the back of the countrys new tax code working in the companys favor. It indicated plans for a second corporate campus.
17/01 Volkswagen Group achieves record sales in 2017
Despite the Dieselgate emissions scandal, the German carmaker says it sold a record number of vehicles last year. But VWs growth in Western Europe was more sluggish than in the rest of the world. Volkswagen Group said on Wednesday that VW and its 11 subsidiary brands sold 10.7 million vehicles in 2017, a 4.3 percent increase on the previous year.
17/01 Greece gets interest for new offshore oil and gas tenders
The head of Greeces oil and gas resources management company said on Wednesday.
17/01 Travel receipts in the first nine months of 2017 totalled 13 million
The balance of travel services in January-September 2017 posted a surplus of 11,571 million, up 12.8% from a surplus of 10,258 million in January-September 2016, according to Bank of Greeces data.
17/01 Bitcoin slumps to $10,000
Bitcoin slid to $10,000 on Wednesday for the first time since Dec. 1, leaving it down by close to half from its peak hit last month, with investors spooked by fears regulators could clamp down on the volatile cryptocurrency that skyrocketed last year.
15/01 JP Morgan hires Greek ex debt agency chief
JP Morgan has hired the former head of Greeces debt management agency, Stelios Papadopoulos.
15/01 Hellenic Banking Association Meets With Danièle Nouy and Benoît Coeuré
Two meetings were held in Frankfurt, during which the HBA representatives reiterated the commitment of the Greek banks to fully cooperate with supervisory and regulatory competent authorities.
15/01 Nimetz sees positive momentum to solve the name dispute on both sides
Negotiations must be concluded and the citizens of both Greece and FYROM need to focus on a solution to the problem, Matthew Nimetz said.
15/01 Dimitrov: Use of term Macedonia not exlusive privilege of Greece
"The term Macedonia does not belong explosively to Greece or to Macedonia as it relates to a large geographical region" FYROMs foreign minister, Nikola Dimitrov, was quoted as saying.
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