- The Wall Street Journal•22 days ago
Piraeus Bank, Greece’s largest lender based on assets, said it is looking into striking a deal with U.S.-based private-equity firm KKR to manage its problem loans.
- The Wall Street Journal•last month
The chairman of Piraeus Bank, Greece’s largest lender, Michalis Sallas, said he will step down from his position, marking the withdrawal of one of the banking sector’s most prominent figures during the ...
- Reuters•3 months ago
VIENNA/ATHENS, June 2 (Reuters) - The European Central Bank deferred giving Greece access to its cheap money on Thursday, hours before Athens rushed through parliament a batch of bailout reforms which could have qualified the country for the lifeline cut off a year ago. The ECB move to withhold approval came hours before a scheduled vote in Greece's parliament which approved pending reforms holding up creditor approval for the release of a tranche of bailout money. While Greece is still rated 'junk' by credit agencies, the ECB cannot waive its own requirement that government paper it accepts as collateral is investment grade, unless creditors deem the country fully compliant with its rescue programme.
Piraeus Bank S.A. (TPEIR.AT)
Athens - Athens Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
|Bid||0.13 x 11790000|
|Ask||0.00 x 22936700|
|Day's Range||0.13 - 0.13|
|52wk Range||0.07 - 13.20|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
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|P/E Ratio (ttm)||-0.28|
|Avg Vol (3m)||23,479,610|
|Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|