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  1. Eurobank gets good price for loan package

    Eurobank sold on Tuesday a portfolio of bad loans worth 2 billion euros for a better price than expected, as Greek lenders are speeding up the concession of loan packages.

  2. Greeks turn to legumes, pasta as their disposable incomes shrink

    In the last few years pasta, legumes and chicken have become the go-to food options for many households in Greece, offering nutritional benefits without costing too much.

  3. ATHEX: Report offers boost to credit sector stocks

    A favorable report on the Greek banking sector by Axia Capital Markets, a US-based broker-dealer, boosted credit sector stocks in Athens on Tuesday, helping the local benchmark to post another rise after Monday’s.

  4. Greece and the many changes in the Trump administration

    The frequent changes of foreign and security policy officials in the Trump administration are not helping US allies, including Greece, in their efforts to chart their own long-term foreign policy plans.

  5. Unfairly targeted

    In this country, we need someone to play the bad guy, as it were, when the political system – occasionally the entire country – starts to go off the rails.

  6. Stanford professor John Ioannidis elected member of National Academy of Medicine

    John Ioannidis, C.F. Rehnborg Professor in Disease Prevention, professor of medicine, health research and policy and statistics, and co-director of the Meta-Research Innovation Center at Stanford University was elected as a regular member of the US' National Academy of Medicine (NAM).

  7. Gazpromneft-Lubricants sees sales soar in Greece

    Russian firm Gazpromneft-Lubricants on Tuesday reported an increase in its presence in the Greek market, as the significant rise in demand by some 50 percent is expected to take sales volumes up to 1,200 tons in total this year. 

  8. Intralot rating downgraded by Fitch

    Fitch Ratings has downgraded the credit rating of Athens-listed company Intralot from B+ to B. 

  9. Loulis Mills buys facility in Bulgaria

    Athens-listed company Loulis Mills is returning to the Balkans through a facility it has just acquired in Bulgaria for 2.25 million euros. 

  10. Kotzias meets president to discuss developments with FYROM deal

    Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias held a meeting on Tuesday night with President Prokopis Pavlopoulos to discuss issues of his portfolio and developments on the efforts to resolve the name dispute with the Former Yugoslav of Macedonia through a deal signed last June, Greek media reported.

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