S&P revises Greece outlook to positive, affirms 'B-' rating
HRADF's updated asset development plan sets out next batch of privatisations
Moody's upgrades Greek rating to 'Caa2', changes outlook to positive
Stocks up 3.1 pct during week to reach fresh two-year high
Stocks edge down 0.6 pct this week amid soft volumes
Stocks rise for first time in three weeks, gaining 1.1 pct
Discussion about 'Grexit' sends Athens bourse to lowest since Nov 2012
After rising by 1.2 percent in each of the preceding two sessions, the Greek stock market plunged 5.63 percent on Monday amid prevailing political uncertainty and investors’ concerns over contradicting press reports about a potential Grexit.
Although European stock exchanges also fell, the domestic market clearly underperformed its European peers on heightened domestic risk.
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