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  • Banks' reliance on Eurosystem funding eases for seventh straight month in Nov

    EconomyMacroeconomy

    Greek banks’ Eurosystem funding, the combined liquidity they have received from the European Central Bank (ECB) and the Bank of Greece (BoG) Emergency Liquidity Assistance (ELA) mechanism, marginally eased by 0.33 billion euros in November, according to the BoG’s monthly financial statement.

  • Greek deposits slip in October as credit also contracts by 3.9 pct

    EconomyMacroeconomy

    Greek private sector deposits decreased by 0.6 percent month on month (mom) in October, with balances reaching 160.38 billion euros, according to the Bank of Greece (BoG). Net flow remained negative for the fifth consecutive month, with outflows slightly slipping at 630 million in October from 719 million in September.

  • Greek banks’ reliance on Eurosystem fell by 2.36 bln in October

    Economy

    Greek banks’ Eurosystem funding, the combined liquidity they have received from the European Central Bank (ECB) and the Bank of Greece (BoG) Emergency Liquidity Assistance (ELA) mechanism, dropped by another 2.36 billion euros in October, according to the Bank of Greece’s (BoG) monthly financial statement.

  • Deposits down for fourth month in a row as tax obligations rise

    EconomyMacroeconomy

    Greek private sector deposits marginally slipped 0.53 percent month on month (mom) in September with balances reaching 161.35 billion euros. Net flow remained in negative territory for the fourth consecutive month with outflows increasing at 719 million in September from 212 million in August.

  • No signs of credit revival in Sept., balances at 221 bln

    EconomyMacroeconomy

    Credit contraction in the Greek market remained unchanged from the previous month at 3.9 percent year on year (yoy) in September with balances reaching 221.0 billion euros, according to the Bank of Greece.

  • Photo by Can Esenbel [www.mundanepleasure.com] How Greek banks could cut 2014 financing gap with a bond rollover

    Economy

    In an interview with Naftemporiki daily on October 14, Greek Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras identified two key sources that could reduce – if not eliminate – the emerging funding gap as of July 2014, currently estimated at 10.5 – 11.0 billion euros. Both solutions involve rolling over of Greek government bonds (GGBs) that mature in 2014.

  • Greek banks less reliant on Eurosystem funding in September

    EconomyMacroeconomy

    Greek banks’ Eurosystem funding, the combined liquidity they have received from the European Central Bank (ECB) and the Bank of Greece (BoG) Emergency Liquidity Assistance (ELA) mechanism, dropped by another 1.4 billion euros in September, according to the BoG’s monthly financial statement.

  • What is the state of play with Greek banks?

    Economy

    Having suffered huge losses due to the PSI last year, completed a series of M&A that reshuffled the domestic banking landscape and successfully recapitalised in June, Greek banks remain at the forefront of domestic corporate developments. Their stock performance, with gains in excess of 50 percent over the past three months, has also triggered increased interest from the investment community.

  • Marginal deposits outflow of 212 million euros in August

    EconomyMacroeconomy

    Greek private sector deposits marginally eased 0.11 percent month on month (mom) in August with balances reaching 162.21 billion euros. Net flow remained slightly negative for the third consecutive month with outflows at 212 million in August from 161 million in July.

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