Greece’s central government debt rose by 100 million euros to 312.8 billion euros at the end of June this year, compared to 312.7 billion at the end of March, Greek Finance Ministry data released on Wednesday showed.
The state’s cash reserves plunged to just 77.3 million euros by the end of June, from 796.5 million at the end of March.
In the same period, outstanding Greek state guarantees fell to 15.66 billion euros, from 15.94 billion at the end of March.
The weighted average maturity of public debt at the end of June was 15.44 years, while 75.4% of this debt is long-term (more than 5 years), 11.3% is medium-term (1 to 5 years) and 13.3% is short-term (up to a year).
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