Greek banks saw business and household deposits rise to more than 166 billion euros ($214 billion) in April from 165.3 billion euros in March, 24h.gr reported, without saying how it got the information.
The increase was mainly due to a rise in household deposits, which stand at 140 billion euros, the financial website said.
Withdrawals haven’t shown a worrying trend since the May 6 general election, which has led to political gridlock, 24h cited bank officials as saying.
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