Early gains in Greek stocks cancelled out in second half of week

Economy Tags: Markets

After a rebound in the first two trading sessions of the week the Greek stock market headed south in the next three days, ending with marginal losses of 0.4 percent.

This follows a nosedive of 15.2 percent in the previous week, which saw the first trading after the imposition of capital controls on June 29.

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