A drop in Greek bank shares was caused by external factors, not the health of the country's banks, the governor of the Bank of Greece said on Wednesday.
Greek banking stocks have lost more than 40 percent so far this year, and the selling pressure grew in recent days. Analysts blamed the European Union's conflict with Italy over its proposed budget.
Turkey's Central Bank has announced a series of measures to support the Turkish Lira, vowing to provide "all the liquidity" needed by banks.
The Central Bank introduced additional liquidity measures to shore up the Turkish Lira on May 9 after the currency slid to a record low against the dollar.