Athens bourse dives 10.54 pct on Monday, falling to lowest since June 2012

Photo by Can Esenbel []
Photo by Can Esenbel []

The Greek stock market tumbled 10.54 percent on Monday amid the prevailing uncertainty surrounding the pre-election period in Greece.

The negative sentiment was further fuelled by heightened concerns surrounding the foreign markets, mainly driven by the Chinese economic slowdown.

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