On 18 December, Standards and Poor’s (S&P) upgraded Greece from selective default to B-.

“The outlook on the long-term rating is stable, balancing our view of the government's commitment to a fiscal and structural adjustment against the economic and political challenges of doing so,” the agency underlined.

In the same time, Bloomberg issued an article about the oil crisis in Greece, as gradually more and more citizens can’t afford to buy heating oil. Ac...

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