Greeks second biggest losers from economic crisis, says ECB


The Irish, Greeks and Spanish lost more personal wealth than any other population in the eurozone in the aftermath of the financial crisis, according to fresh data on household wealth from the European Central Bank. 

The research, published ahead of the issuing of a new Household Sector Report next month, shows that Greece lost on average 16,909 euros per person in the four years from 2009 to 2013. 

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