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How much Greece owes and how many billions it will draw from the markets

A loan strategy similar to that of 2021 has been planned by the financial staff for next year. The issues by the Public Debt Management Agency (P.D.M.A.) are going to reach 10 -12 billion euros, while the creation of a framework for the issuance of Greek government “green” bonds is in the works. The lending strategy is built given the high cash flow, the expected increased Community disbursements, and the relatively limited financing needs for 2022. The financing needs of the Greek government, according to the data, for the repayment of bonds and the payment of installments of bilateral loans in 2022 amount to 10.55 billion euros compared to 48.5 billion euros this year.

  • Published in Greece

S&P shows the way for new Greek bond issues

The road to the new exit of Greece to the markets in the immediate future is paved by the upgrade move of the rating agency Standard & Poor's ("BB" from "BB-" with positive prospects) bringing closer the issue date, which the Public Debt Management Agency was already preparing in the framework of the annual planning, stimulating the state coffers with cheap liquidity.

  • Published in Economy
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