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Greek jobless rate still 27% in April

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Dow Jones newswires

Greece's jobless rate in April was still just over 27 per cent, unchanged from an upwardly revised figure a month earlier, showing that a recovery in the country's jobs market continues to languish despite signs the economy is inching its way out of recession.

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Greece Cites Market Conditions as Bond Sale Misses Target

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Bloomberg, by By Lukanyo Mnyanda and David Goodman

Greece raised 1.5 billion euros ($2.04 billion) in a debt sale that fell short of analyst estimates on size and yield as it took place amid a selloff in higher-yielding bonds across the euro area.

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Greek Privatization of Key Sectors Meets Strong Opposition

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By Apostolis Fotiadis, Inter Press Service

Plans by the Greek government to sell companies that handle the key resources of energy and water face serious obstacles and its policy to offer investors exceptional privileges in an effort to boost interest in privatisation is coming under strong pressure.

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Greek Banks See Quadrupling of Housing Loans by Next Year

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Bloomberg, by Sharon Smyth, Nikos Chrysoloras and Christos Ziotis

Greek banker Theodoros Kalantonis, who has survived the worst of times the past six years, said he can finally see the resurrection of home lending.

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Greece Plans Another Bond Offering

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ATHENS — Three months after returning to international bond markets following a long exile, Greece said on Wednesday that it was planning to sell bonds again in an effort to capitalize on the growing demand for short-term euro zone debt.