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This paper presents the profitability of the Greek banks for the years 2010-2015 and the way they are stated as a member of the Euro system. First of all, we examined the liquidity of Greek Banks and how they used the Euro system funding. Taking into consideration the bank assets and liabilities we examined how the Greek banking groups presented profits for the year 2016, after a series of loss-making years. The results of this paper may help us to understand better the factors that lead to a restoration of profitability, the stabilization of an economy and the re-establishment of confidence in the banking system.
Profitability, Greek Banks, efficiency, Euro system
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