We have something rare for you today, folks: Positive economic news out of Greece. Fitch has upgraded the beleaguered country's dismal credit rating from CCC to B-, saying it had made "clear progress" toward trimming its budget deficit and its risk of dropping out of the euro currency alliance, the AP reports.
Of course, that rating still leaves it in "junk" territory, but on the bright side Fitch said the outlook was "stable," meaning the rank is as likely to go down as up. The rating agency warned that despite the improvement, Greece still face challenges given the sluggish pace of economic recovery and political opposition to reform. (Read more Fitch Ratings stories.)