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Central bank: Risks for banks relatively low

Ljubljana, 5 July - Risks for Slovenian banks are relatively low as the sector is considerably more resilient to potential new shocks than it was before the crisis, according to the latest financial stability report presented by the central bank.

Ljubljana
Central bank officials give a news conference at Banka Slovenije to present its June financial stability report, including a GDP forecast. Pictured are Arjana Brezigar Masten, the director of the centre for analytics and research, acting central bank boss Primož Dolenc and Tomaž Košak, the director of the department for financial stability and macro prudential policy.
Photo: Anže Malovrh/STA

Ljubljana
Central bank officials give a news conference at Banka Slovenije to present its June financial stability report, including a GDP forecast. Pictured is acting central bank boss Primož Dolenc.
Photo: Anže Malovrh/STA

Ljubljana
Central bank officials give a news conference at Banka Slovenije to present its June financial stability report, including a GDP forecast. Pictured is Arjana Brezigar Masten, the director of the centre for analytics and research.
Photo: Anže Malovrh/STA

Ljubljana
Central bank officials give a news conference at Banka Slovenije to present its June financial stability report, including a GDP forecast. Pictured are Arjana Brezigar Masten, the director of the centre for analytics and research, acting central bank boss Primož Dolenc and Tomaž Košak, the director of the department for financial stability and macro prudential policy.
Photo: Anže Malovrh/STA

Ljubljana
Central bank officials give a news conference at Banka Slovenije to present its June financial stability report, including a GDP forecast. Pictured are Arjana Brezigar Masten, the director of the centre for analytics and research, acting central bank boss Primož Dolenc and Tomaž Košak, the director of the department for financial stability and macro prudential policy.
Photo: Anže Malovrh/STA

Ljubljana
Central bank officials give a news conference at Banka Slovenije to present its June financial stability report, including a GDP forecast. Pictured is Tomaž Košak, the director of the department for financial stability and macro prudential policy.
Photo: Anže Malovrh/STA

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