Fitch keeps Greece’s rating at ‘CCC’
Stocks edge up 0.9 pct, trading activity remains subdued for third straight week
Stocks fall for fifth straight week, edging down 0.8 pct
Stocks fall for fourth straight week amid lack of progress in talks with lenders
Number of new companies registering in 2016 half of those in 2008
Stocks down 0.4 pct this week after tumbling in wake of Eurogroup
Gains of 2.5 pct for stocks this week amid subdued trading volumes
Despite the lack of positive developments ahead of Monday’s Eurogroup, the Greek stock market traded mostly in positive territory this week, climbing 2.5 percent with low trading volumes.
Most investors remain on the sidelines adopting a wait-and-see stance in the absence of a positive catalyst that could unlock the ongoing stalemate in negotiations between the government and lenders.
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