Stock market slips 1.4 pct dragged by huge bank losses


The Greek stock market edged lower 1.4 percent this week amid strong under-performance of bank shares, which continued unabated for the fifth successive week.

The sharp drop was amplified as of the end of last week after the announcement of the offered prices of their bookbuilding processes that showed deep discounts to current market prices.

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