Employment balance year-to-date posts record despite more departures in July
Fitch upgrades Greek rating to 'BB-', three notches from investment grade
Retail index jumps 5.3 pct in May led by fuel and supermarket sale
S&P revises outlook to positive, sees encouraging signs after debt deal
S&P upgrades Greece to 'B+' on back of Eurogroup agreement
ECB report highlights sluggish Greek economic growth
Greek stocks climb 3 pct on week, banks post double-digit gains
The Greek stock market traded in positive territory climbing by 3 percent this week following modest gains of 0.7 percent in the previous week. The improving performance was accompanied by a notable recovery in the trading activity.
The market rebound was more profound on Wednesday, when bank shares soared 12.4 percent in the aftermath of their second quarter (Q2) results that showed improving operating profitability and encouraging signs on the asset quality front.
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