Shares in the nation’s biggest lenders have been sliding for about a year, and then fell off a cliff in the last two days when the Athens stock exchange reopened for business for the first time in five weeks.
The crash has left the banks virtually worthless. Together they have a market value of just over 9 billion euros ($9.9 billion). That’s a fifth of Uber’s estimated value, and less than half what Airbnb is worth…
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