Net profit of the Spanish banking group BBVA for the first half of 2013 amounted to 2.882 billion euros. This is 90.8% more than the same period in 2012. Whereas semiannual profit was 1.51 billion euros.
The announcement of the credit organization emphasizes that these six months, the bank has focused on active selling non-core assets. “We are seeing signs of recovery in the Spanish economy,” – noted in the bank.
As previously reported, the profit of another Spanish bank – Santander – during the same period amounted to 2.255 billion euros.