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ATHEX: Weekly drop contained to 0.8%
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As the benchmark recovered most of the ground lost the previous day, it was led higher by banks, and the very stocks that had contained Thursday’s losses – OTE and OPAP – were among the day’s biggest losers at the end of the week.


ATHEX: Banks lead stock market lower still
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The benchmark at Athinon Avenue narrowly managed to retain the 850-point mark at the end of Thursday’s session, covering some of the significant losses it had incurred from the start of trade due to the universal decline in international stock markets. While banks led the local bourse south throughout the day, it was two non-credit stocks – OTE telecom and OPAP – that contained the drop in the end.

ATHEX: Stocks adrift without sense of direction
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Athinon Avenue had a mixed session on Wednesday, with the majority of stocks posting gains while several heavyweight blue chips headed lower, inflicting losses – albeit minimal – on the benchmark.


ATHEX: Benchmark back below 860 points
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Energy and credit stocks dragged the benchmark of the Greek stock market lower, but at a reasonable rate, on Monday, as traders appeared less impressed by the adjustment of the Greek growth projection by the European Commission.

ΑΤΗΕΧ: Stock index offsets all weekly losses
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The shift inthe MSCI indexes, the suppressed demand for bank stocks after 12 days of decline, and the positive corporate results released in the last couple of days created a strongly positive atmosphere at Athinon Avenue on Friday, leading to a significant rebound for the benchmark that offset all of the week’s losses.

ATHEX: Banks suffer losses for a 12th session
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Pressure returned to Greek stocks on Thursday, sending the benchmark to lows unseen since March 24, as interest rate hikes are now taken for granted and the local market is awaiting the shifts in the composition of the MSCI stock indexes.


ATHEX: Bank drop is offset by Viohalco
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Yet again the Greek bourse ditched its morning gains to dive into the red before recovering somewhat and emerging with some minor growth for the benchmark at Wednesday’s close.

ATHEX: Index edges higher, banks keep sliding
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The shock of the double-digit consumer price index was quickly absorbed by traders at the Greek bourse on Tuesday and the benchmark reverted to gains, having started the session with a clear upward trend.



ATHEX: Sting in the tail of bourse session
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Many local investors got caught in a bull trap at Athinon Avenue on Thursday, especially morning buyers who did not resort to any stop-loss action in the afternoon and suffered losses as the day’s closing was close to the session’s low for many stocks.

ATHEX: Stock gains evaporate in slow trade
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A strangely quiet session at Athinon Avenue on Wednesday saw the benchmark lose all its mediocre gains recorded during the day and end up virtually as a non-mover, while turnover slumped considerably to almost half of the figure its had come to a day earlier.


ATHEX: April closes with index rising 4.9%
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April ended at the Greek stock market on Friday with monthly gains of 4.89%, after a mixed session that had a sting in the tail, given that for most of the day the main index was in the black, but in the end the banks dragged it with them into the red.