BoG: ELA funding towards Greek banks down by 3.3 bln€ in July 2017

11 August 2017
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The Bank of Greece on Thursday announced that emergency central bank funding to Greece’s systemic lenders was decreased by 3.3 billion euros (8.7 percent) in July 2017, compared to the previous month.

Emergency funding fell to 34.6 billion euros from 37.9 billion at the end of June, the BoG said.

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