Positive sentiment around banks continues to grow
Alpha's net interest income rises to 863.7 mln, up 48.5 pct YoY
Stress tests not proving stressful for Greek banks any longer
NBG's NII jumps 75 pct to 1.05 bln in H1
Piraeus Bank NII at 881 mln in H1 after nearly doubling YoY in Q2
Eurobank's NII jumps by 56.2 pct in H1 to more than 1 bln
Loss-making Q4 and 2015 for Alpha, targets positive bottom-line in 2016
Following Eurobank, Alpha also reported net loss of 533.1 million euros in the fourth quarter (Q4) of 2015 from profit of 413.6 million in Q3.
The latter fully reflected a one-off positive impact for the change in the nominal tax rate (from 26 to 29 percent) on deferred tax asset (DTA). For the whole of 2015, Alpha recorded net loss of 1.37 billion euros from 329.8 million in 2014.
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