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NBG

abbreviation for
no bloody good. Also: nbg
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NBG commented that, inflation remained close to the target level of 3% since the beginning of 2019; Inflation reached 3.7% in March due to excise tax hikes on tobacco, contributing 1.3ppts in overall price growth.
This acquisition is the second for NBG in less than two years under the ownership of private equity firm Sycamore Partners.
NBG Home provides lighting, accent furniture, soft goods, wall dA(c)cor, frames and other categories, serving a wide variety of retail partners, including mass merchants, speciality stores, discount stores, home centres, warehouse clubs and internet retailers.
NBG CEO Scott Slater said the company was attracted to Quoizel's sales and design teams' capabilities.
Alpha's and NBG's covered bonds could be upgraded to 'BB' if the 25% contractual OC is sufficient to compensate for the cover pool stressed credit losses under the new rating.
The competition is organized since 2010 under the roof of the NBG Business Seeds program, and it aims to foster an innovation culture in Greece, especially amongst young people, by bringing out and promoting original ideas.
NBG was founded in 1814, in the wake of the French occupation of the Netherlands and the constitution of a new Kingdom of the Netherlands, including what was later to become Belgium.
Spanish news portal El Confidencial reported on Thursday the BBVA has been engaging in talks with the NBG for six months and that the "auction is in its final phase" to buy Finansbank.
In a statement yesterday, NBG said it has raised more than that minimum.
NBG is the second major Greek lender to successfully recapitalise without falling under the full control of the Hellenic Financial Stability Fund (HFSF), a vehicle to rescue Greek banks under an EU/IMF bailout plan.
NBG needs 9.76 billion euros ($12.63 billion) and Eurobank needs 5.84 billion euros ($7.56 billion) in total to meet solvency criteria set by the central bank.