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Greek banks start to shine after Herculean clean-up


Greek banks are in their rudest health since the aftermath of the global financial crisis and are calling on capital markets investors to back them as they help the country rebuild its economy in the wake of Covid-19. With the banks able to access new sources of capital, propped up by the country's Hercules non-performing loan guarantee scheme, plenty of supply — and performance — could follow, report Tom Brown, Tyler Davies and Sam Kerr.

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