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  1. Dimand Real Estate signs deal with US fund

    Greek property development company Dimand Real Estate and one of the biggest investment groups in the world, HIG Capital, have reached a significant funding agreement.

  2. Investors have renewed confidence in Greece, PM says

    Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis told Bloomberg in an interview on Thursday at the World Economic Forum in Davos that investors now have a renewed confidence in Greece.

  3. Pyatt voices US support for EastMed

    US Ambassador Geoffrey Pyatt told the Athens Energy Dialogues 2020 event on Thursday that his country warmly supports Greece’s cooperation with Cyprus and Israel on the EastMed natural gas pipeline that forms part of the US strategy in the region.

  4. Government websites down in possible new hacking case

    Several Greek government websites including that of the Foreign Ministry and the Prime Minister were down late on Thursday in a suspected hacking attack.  

  5. Hard Rock Int’l puts Elliniko casino on hold

    Hard Rock International has announced it will take recourse to both the Greek and the European authorities against its exclusion from the tender for the Elliniko casino permit, as had been widely expected.

  6. ADEDY set to strike over pension reform

    The civil servants’ union ADEDY has heralded strike action as soon as a bill with the government’s pension reform is tabled in Parliament. 

  7. ATHEX: Stocks end seven-day rising streak

    Many investors opted to sit out Thursday’s trading session at Athinon Avenue ahead of Friday night’s verdict by Fitch on Greece’s rating and outlook, with sellers putting an end to the benchmark’s seven-session rising streak.

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  9. The face of a forward-looking Greece

    The new Greek president, Katerina Sakellaropoulou, will do her best to help a society with a long democratic tradition to heal the wounds of the past.

  10. Poll: Six in 10 happy with new president

    Six in 10 Greeks have a positive view of the choice of Katerina Sakellaropoulou as Greece’s new president, according to an opinion poll by Pulse for Skai.