Posts Tagged ‘Greece’
Greece Bulgaria Gas Interconnector Agreement Imminent
Greece Bulgaria Gas Interconnector Agreement ImminentNovember 22, 2015
The investment agreement between Bulgaria and Greece for the planned gas interconnector between ...
Bulgarian Banking Profits Up 32%
Bulgarian Banking Profits Up 32%November 03, 2015
Profits in the Bulgarian banking sector have increased by 32.3% for the first nine months of ...
Kopacz says Poland will Not Pay for Greece
Kopacz says Poland will Not Pay for GreeceJuly 21, 2015
Poland’s Prime Minister, Ewz Kopacz as told a press conference in Warsaw that the country ...
60,000 Greek Companies Apply to Relocate to Bulgaria
60,000 Greek Companies Apply to Relocate to BulgariaJuly 21, 2015
Amidst the crisis in Greece, it has emerged that 60,000 Greek companies have submitted ...
Consolidation Begins in Bulgarian Branches of Greek Banks
Consolidation Begins in Bulgarian Branches of Greek BanksJuly 18, 2015
As Greece awaits finalisation of its latest loan deal, its banking sector is already forming ...
ECB Opened Secret Credit Line for Greek Banks in Bulgaria
ECB Opened Secret Credit Line for Greek Banks in BulgariaJuly 17, 2015
With a significant share of the Bulgarian banking sector Greek owned, it has emerged that the ...
ECB May Support Bulgarian Banks
ECB May Support Bulgarian BanksJuly 06, 2015
With problems in Greece set to rumble on for at least a number of weeks, the issue of contagion ...
Greek Saga Enters Yet Another Phase
Greek Saga Enters Yet Another PhaseJuly 05, 2015
Following a decisive win for the NO campaign in Greece, the European Union will wake up to a ...
Romanian Subsidiaries of Greek Banks May Receive Funding
Romanian Subsidiaries of Greek Banks May Receive FundingJuly 02, 2015
The Governor of the Romanian Central Bank, Mugur Isarescu has said that Greek banks with ...
Capital Controls in Greece Explained
Capital Controls in Greece ExplainedJune 29, 2015
With the Eurogroup’s decision to end financial support for Greece, capital controls have ...
Polish Newspaper Warns Tourists of Riots in Greek Cities
Polish Newspaper Warns Tourists of Riots in Greek CitiesJune 29, 2015
As the crisis in Greece unfolds and capital controls are implemented, EU countries in ...
Bulgarian Banking Sector Protected from Greek Default
Bulgarian Banking Sector Protected from Greek DefaultJune 24, 2015
Concerns of a Greek default are causing much concern in Bulgaria and other neighbours of the ...
Steady Growth Ahead for Bulgarian Economy
Steady Growth Ahead for Bulgarian EconomyJune 09, 2015
The Bulgarian economy is to experience two years of healthy growth according to the ratings ...
EU Turning to Turkmenistan for Gas
EU Turning to Turkmenistan for GasMarch 26, 2015
The European Union is looking to revive a gas pipeline with Turkmenistan according to Reuters. ...
Bulgarian Economist to Head Greek IMF Mission
Bulgarian Economist to Head Greek IMF MissionMarch 16, 2015
Sofia News Agency, Novinite reports that Bulgarian economist, Iva Petrova is to head a Greek ...
Russia Showing Europe and the Ukraine a Friendlier Face
Russia Showing Europe and the Ukraine a Friendlier FaceMarch 12, 2015
In what appears to be the marking of a change in policy, Russia is beginning to open itself up ...
QE and Greece Situation Leading to Euro Dollar Parity Talk
QE and Greece Situation Leading to Euro Dollar Parity TalkMarch 11, 2015
With raising concerns coming from Greece, the Euro is refusing to show any signs of strength or ...
Greek Problems having Mixed Impact in Bulgaria
Greek Problems having Mixed Impact in BulgariaFebruary 23, 2015
With the much publicised trouble in Greece, Bulgaria is experiencing a mixed impact as a ...
Greece Election – Euro Recovers Following another Record Fall
Greece Election – Euro Recovers Following another Record FallJanuary 26, 2015
Following victory last night for Greece’s anti-austerity party Syriza, the euro was trading at ...
Bulgaria Preparing for Gas Crisis
Bulgaria Preparing for Gas CrisisSeptember 30, 2014
It appears Bulgaria have now being drawn into Europe’s growing energy crisis. Energy Minsiter, ...