S&P warned that snap elections in Greece will likely delay next disbursement of ESM funds. The agency also expects Greek economy will contract 3% this year.
“Although the Greek economy remains fragile and the September 20 election outcome uncertain, we think the risk of Greece leaving the eurozone has receded to less than a one-in-three likelihood”, S&P said.
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