Bank of Greece A.E. (TELL.AT)

Athens - Athens Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
10.05+0.01 (+0.10%)
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Prev Close10.04
Bid10.05 x 300
Ask0.00 x 2400
Day's Range9.82 - 10.24
52wk Range8.56 - 11.11
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap199.64M
P/E Ratio (ttm)0.17
Avg Vol (3m)2,557
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Earnings DateN/A
  • Reuters9 months ago

    Greek current account surplus widens in September

    Greece's current account surplus widened in September from the same month a year earlier, mainly due to a smaller balance of goods deficit as a result of fewer imports, the Bank of Greece said on Friday. Last year Greece posted a current account surplus of 1.66 billion euros, up from 1.09 billion euros in 2013, helped by higher tourism revenues - its biggest foreign currency earner.

  • Reuters9 months ago

    ECB lowers emergency funding cap for Greek banks to 85.7 bln euros

    The European Central Bank lowered the cap on emergency liquidity assistance Greek banks can draw from the domestic central bank by 300 million euros to 85.7 billion euros, the Bank of Greece said on Thursday. The move reflected an improvement in liquidity conditions in Greece's banking sector, amid a reduction of uncertainty and the stabilisation of private sector deposit flows, the Bank of Greece said. Greek banks have relied on the emergency liquidity assistance (ELA) since February after being cut off from the ECB's funding window.

  • Greece agrees steps to tackle banks' bad loans
    Reuterslast year

    Greece agrees steps to tackle banks' bad loans

    Greece will take steps to tackle the mountain of bad loans weighing on its banks as part of its deal with international creditors, a draft of the agreement obtained by Reuters showed on Wednesday. Under a European Banking Authority yardstick, Greek banks' "non-performing exposures" (NPEs) -- which include loans in arrears for more than 90 days (NPLs) and restructured credit unlikely to be repaid -- hit 40 percent of their portfolios last year.