Economy

What’s next, ‘mobile pass’ and ‘TV pass’?

What is the Bank of Greece's biggest concern? That reaching investment grade has drifted further away and that in an international environment full of uncertainties, there is only one certainty: That the time of abundant, cheap money has given way to an era of high interest rates and limited liquidity.

Slovenia taps debt market amidst rising interest rates

Slovenia has issued a €1.25 billion sustainability bond to become the first country in the region to tap the bond market amidst rising interest rates.

The issue has a coupon rate of 3.625%, which compares to just 0.125% for the country's first sustainability bond, which was issued in June 2021.

ATHEX: Stocks edge further up for a fourth day

The benchmark at Athinon Avenue registered yet another eight-month high on Wednesday, as traders appear willing to test the waters around 950 points, while daily turnover is also picking up pace. This was the fourth straight day of stock growth and the eighth session of gains for the main index in the last 11, extending the upward trend of the last couple of months.

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