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Posts on September 2016
The four core Greek banks released their second quarter (Q2) results in the last two days of August, which showed improving trends in core revenues as well as encouraging signs on the loan quality evolution.
Contributor: Manos Giakoumis
At the start of the process toauction four TV licenses in Athens last week, one of the people in the room was taken to the hospital. He may have been the lucky one.
Contributor: Nick Malkoutzis