Growing uncertainty weighs on Greek shares and bonds


The Greek stock market plunged 4.13 percent on Wednesday amid growing distance between Greece and its lenders and worsening climate emerging from the recent comments of leading European officials.

The latest developments include European Commission stance that tabling of draft bills on “humanitarian crisis” and settlement of tax arrears would constitute a unilateral action, Eurogroup President’s comments that capital controls might be needed in G...

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