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Bank of Greece decision bolsters Greek lenders’ capital ratios

In an unexpected move, the Bank of Greece (BoG) repealed a previous cap on the deferred tax asset (DTA) recognition in Greek banks’ Core Tier 1 (CT1) calculation, resulting in a positive impact on their capital ratios effective in the fourth quarter of 2013.

Unemployment hit new high of 27.8 pct in October, set to rise further

Greece officially assumed the presidency of the European Union on Wednesday, with the highest unemployment rate in the 28-member bloc. According to the Hellenic Statistical Agency (ELSTAT), the seasonally adjusted jobless rate in October stood at 27.8 percent from an upwards revised 27.7 percent in the month of September.

Deposits edged up in Nov but credit contraction was close to 4 pct

Greek private sector deposits increased by 0.4 percent month on month (mom) in November, for the first time since May, with balances reaching 161.04 billion euros, according to the Bank of Greece (BoG). Net inflows stood at 394 million in November from outflows of 630 million in October.

Most popular economy articles of 2013

Here are our three most popular articles from the economy section in 2013. For those who have already read them, a big thank you from the Macropolis team. For those reading them for the first time, we hope it gives you an idea of what we do.

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