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The Hellenic National Meteorological Service (www.hnms.gr) on Wednesday issued a warning of a shift in warm weather starting in the northwest of the country with rain, thunderstorms as well as snow in mountainous areas.
By Sotiris Nikas
The yields of the 13-week treasury bills Greece auctioned off on Tuesday returned to levels not seen since before the country asked for a bailout in 2010, declining to 2.45 percent from 3.10 percent in March in a sure sign that the successful five-year bond issue last week has set T-bill rates on a new basis.
The deep division running through the ranks of the countrys main opposition party regarding the euro and how Greeces negotiations with its partners and creditors ought to be carried out is very dangerous indeed.
The crisis which continues to be felt by both Greece and the entire European Union demands responsible and serious political and economic decisions.
Prime Minister Antonis Samaras presented New Democracys candidates for the May 25 European Parliament elections on Tuesday and unveiled the conservative partys main strategy for the upcoming electoral contest, which will be to argue that a vote for SYRIZA will put Greeces economy recovery at risk.