Greek stocks slide by 1.6 pct over week on bank correction

Economy Tags: Markets

After rising in the previous three weeks, the Greek stock market shed 1.6 percent this week, largely reflecting a correction for banks after their double-digit gains of the previous weeks.

The Athens Stock Exchange general index slipped to 701.22 points on Friday, which is its lowest level since October 21. Overall, the domestic market recorded gains of 7.2 percent in the course of October but is still down by 12.1 percent in the post cap...

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