The stock of money held for businesses and households rose to 121.1 billion euros ($135.3 billion) in August from 120.8 billion euros in July, according to data from the Bank of Greece published on Friday. The modest 300 million-euro increase was the first monthly rise since September 2014.  It still leaves the battered Greek financial system with a net loss of at least 43 billion euros since around the turn of the year as the anti-austerity Syriza party came to power. —Greek Capital Controls Halt Exodus After Banks Lose $48 Billion - Bloomberg Business