Stress tests not proving stressful for Greek banks any longer

EconomyBanking Tags: Banking, NPLs

The EBA announced at the end of last month the results of the EU-wide stress tests for 2023, which confirmed that the Greek banking sector has left behind the tumultuous period that followed the debt crisis when the exercise was usually a source of concern that unearthed capital shortcomings.

The EBA’s baseline scenario saw growth in the eurozone in the three-year horizon with growth rates of 0.4, 1.8 and 1.9 pct this year, in 2024 and 2025 respectively. The adverse scenario envisaged a cumulative EU real GDP decline of 6 pct, by -3.5 pct, -...

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