ECB set to provide extra liquidity to Greek banks but capital needs remain an issue

Economy Tags: Banking, ECB
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In its latest comment on Greek banks, Fitch noted that they remain burdened by a large stock of non-performing loans (NPLs), despite capital enhancement and progress with their restructuring plans.

On the key issue of the European Central Bank’s comprehensive assessment, Fitch said the process could reveal further capital needs, particularly if the positive effect from restructuring measures is not fully incorporated. The rating agency’s base-case...

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