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Stocks up 3.1 pct during week to reach fresh two-year high
The Greek equity market traded mostly in positive territory over the past few days, ending the week up 3.1 percent after edging down 0.6 percent in the previous week.
The rebound largely reflected improved investor sentiment for an agreement with lenders ahead of Thursday’s Eurogroup, while the market reaction on Friday, albeit with increased volumes, was more modest (+0.8 percent) than initially expected.
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