Eurobank net results show loss of 1.08 bln in 9M
Bridge scheme activated as banks look to avoid second-wave NPL increase
All eyes on Piraeus as share price tumbles amid coupon payment concerns
Latest market foray for 15-yr bond attracts strong investor interest with record low yield
Greek banks look to post-pandemic landscape with ongoing bad loan reductions, moratoria easing
Loans under credit servicing firms edges down by 0.4 pct QoQ to 30.90 bln in Q2
APS bill tabled, allowing use of 12 bln in state guarantees to reduce NPLs
Greece’s much-anticipated Asset Protection Scheme (APS), nicknamed Hercules, that aims to help banks clean up their balance sheets is a few steps away from coming into effect after the Finance Ministry submitted the draft law to Parliament on Tuesday under the emergency procedure.
Approximately a year ago, share prices of Greek banks went through a period of turbulence that saw the value of the banking index in the Athens Stock Exchange essentially halve within a handful of months. Investors were alarmed by the domestic lenders’ ...
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