Greek shares up for the third straight week on strong performance from banks


The Greek stock market headed north for the third successive week posting gains of 3.9 percent mainly driven by banks (+18.6 percent), which continued recording strong gains for the third week in a row.

The quadriga’s mission chiefs concluded on Friday their 3-day visit to Athens, the first after the signing of the third bailout agreement in mid-August. Although institutions seem to agree on a milder recession this year, at -1.3 percent versus -2.3 per...

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