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Greek Banks

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The Greek banking system and deposits are fully secured, Bank of Greece (BoG) governor Yannis Stournaras on Friday said after a meeting with Prime...

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The European Central Bank (ECB) greenlit funding for Greek banks amounting to 68.8 billion euros via the Emergency Liquidity Assistance (ELA) support mechanism. ECB's 25-member...

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Greek Government Work Coordination Minister Alekos Flabouraris stated that energy and water will never be privatized in Greece. In an interview to Greek radio, Flabouraris said that...

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His belief that there are alternative solutions to liquidity problems in March expressed a senior Greek financial official just before the Government Council for Economic...

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Bank of Greece (BoG) Governor and former Finance Minister Giannis Stournaras has warned the Greek government that a final agreement with the country's loan partners...

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In March, the Greek government will have to overcome a great obstacle in paying the scheduled installments to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). While...

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Greek banks are considering offloading part of their shipping debt portfolios worth billions of dollars in a bid to shore up their capital, Reuters...

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Greek depositors withdrew over 1 billion euros from their bank accounts in the last two days, bringing deposit outflows to the January high levels. In...

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The Greek government has confirmed its intention to apply for an extension of its loan agreement tomorrow morning in order to avoid the danger...

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An issue that has been plaguing Greece for a long time is slowly and steadily being regulated. The increased number of bounced checks and unpaid...

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Greek banks dropped in Athens Stock Exchange (ASE) after the meeting between the Eurozone’s Finance Ministers ended abruptly when Greece refused to sign a bailout...

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Moody’s downgraded five Greek banks on Monday, citing heightened uncertainty regarding the new government's ability to reach an agreement with its creditors before the end...