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The Greek stock market traded mostly in negative territory, closing 1.5 percent down on the week amid soft trading volumes.
Investors preferred to remain on the sidelines adopting a wait-and-see stance ahead of upcoming development regarding the lifting of the suspension of short-term debt relief measures and conclusion of the second review.
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