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Home purchases soar, prices inch up

The Greek property market appears to have emerged from its decade-long hibernation: Bank of Greece figures showed that 1.35 billion euros flowed into the country last year for property purchases (mainly houses) by foreign investors.

ATHEX: Most stocks head lower

After five days of gains and the buying fatigue recorded late on Monday, stocks at Athinon Avenue recorded notable losses on Tuesday, bucking the trend seen on other eurozone markets, with turnover remaining low. The next couple of days will determine the direction of the market up to the end of the month.

Greek government, creditors still divided on borrower protection

The government will on Wednesday attempt via another conference call to find common ground with its creditors on a new protection framework for borrowers' primary residences after Tuesday's fruitless effort, with less than a week left until the March 25 Euro Working Group.

Spring Cleaning Campaign in Sofia Begins

The traditional spring cleaning campaign of the Metropolitan Municipality begins on March 20, 2019 and will continue until April 15.

The campaign will take place in two stages:

On March 31, GERB Will Submit its List of Candidates For MEPs

On March 31, GERB will formally submit its list of candidates for MEPs. This was announced by the chairman of the GERB National Electoral Staff Tsvetan Tsvetanov during a meeting with the regional coordinators of the party in the country, the GERB press center announced.

146 000 Are the Working Pensioners in Bulgaria

146 000 are the working pensioners in our country, according to data from the National Social Security Institute (NSSI) at the end of 2018 provided to Monitor Newspaper. The number of Bulgarians who choose to work after retirement has been growing steadily since 2014, with only 18,500 in the last two years.

Every month 1,871 pensioners seek employment through the labor office.

US participation in Jerusalem summit ‘a strong sign of support’

The participation of US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in the 6th Trilateral Cyprus-Greece-Israel Summit in Jerusalem alongside the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and the President of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades "is a strong sign of support for the trilateral framework and for the increased cooperation between our countries," the Ambassador of I