Greece’s central bank posts second consecutive quarter of profit
National Bank of Greece reported a profit for the second consecutive quarter, helped by its Turkish subsidiary Finansbank, as well as lower funding costs and provisions for bad debt. The bank posted net profit of €27 million in the Q1 compared to a loss of €731 million in the same period last year. NBG said loan-loss provisions fell to €428 million from €505 million.
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