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Wirtschaft Griechenlands - Οικονομία της Ελλάδας - Economy of Greece

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Greece borrows at zero cost

Investors gave Greece a fresh vote of confidence during Wednesday’s one-year treasury bill auction, as the Public Debt Management Agency borrowed without interest for the first time ever in a 52-week issue.

A week after its third bond market foray during the pandemic, with the successful reopening of the 10-year note at the lowest ever interest for a Greek issue (1.187%) and despite the 15.2% annual contraction in the second quarter, investors proved willing to to buy more Greek debt.

Wednesday’s auction secured a 0% interest rate against 0.25% in the previous such auction on June 10. Until Wednesday the lowest interest rate secured for a 52-week T-bill had been 0.07%, in December 2019 – i.e. before the coronavirus pandemic. The PDMA will therefore raise a total of 1 billion euros, including non-competitive bids, after the €2.5 billion the bond reopening fetched a week earlier.

Despite the deep recession and the shockwaves felt across the Greek economy, investors continue to “buy Greece,” demonstrating their confidence in the country’s prospects, which are seen as strong while the impact of the crisis is viewed as temporary. This was also the message from the report issued by Scope Ratings on Wednesday, with which it affirmed its BB rating with a positive outlook for Greece.

The report argues that although the pandemic put a sudden stop to the Greek economic recovery, the strong response by the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the government has improved the long-term growth prospects of the country and the sustainability of the debt. The combined impact of those factors is likely to contain the economic activity’s reduction in 2020 and contribute toward a strong rebound in 2021, with Greece’s gross domestic product recovering by 5.2% next year after a 7.8% contraction this year, the ratings agency estimates.

Notably, Scope points out that Greece’s future growth will depend on the efficient absorption of resources from the Next Generation EU recovery fund, the continuation of reforms and the reduction of bad loans.



@ Daritus

ich wette, du hattest waschechte GRECOS in der gesamten Stammbaumzählung. 100% ! ! ! Und nur weil man dich temporär mit Gedächtniszersetzern behandelt hat, gibst du hier nun den eingetürkten Greco-Dickschädel ab...........
Jassu wre Patrida, ime masi su :) :) :) :)


nochmal alle Indikatoren in Griechenland sind auf "Ramsch Niveau" die Wirtschaft ist am Boden, Arbeitslosenzahlen sind hoch, der Schuldenberg wird vermutlich nie zurück bezahlt werden können etc. Trotzdem sollen die Staatsanleihen nur auf 2-4,5% sein? die Deutschenstaatsanleihen je nach Laufzeit bekommt man zwischen 1-3% Leute hört doch mit euren fascho Aussagen auf. Warum habt ihr mit den Fakten solch ein Problem?


Rybolovlev plans to build new battery factory in Greece

Russian tycoon Dmitry Rybolovlev has reportedly held talks through representatives with the Greek Development Ministry for the creation of a battery factory in Greece.

Sources told Kathimerini that the plan is for a 200 million-euro investment in the production of high-standard batteries by Innolith, a company majority owned by Rybolovlev.

Kathimerini spoke with Sergey Chernitsyn, advisor to the Russian owner of Skorpios island in the Ionian Sea, who confirmed a visit to the Greek ministry by the Monaco-based billionaire, but offered no further comments about the project under consideration.