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Bank of Cyprus contains losses in 2013

Bank of Cyprus, the islands largest lender, on Friday announced a 2013 net loss of 2.04 billion euros, an improvement on the previous years 2.21-billion-euro loss.

BoCs fourth-quarter loss fell sharply to 93 million euros from 142 million euros in the July-September period.

[AFP]

ekathimerini.com , Friday February 28, 2014 (19:51)  
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