Greek stocks down by 4.8 pct during week for third straight fall

Economy Tags: Markets

The Greek stock market was down 4.8 percent this week for its third successive fall, which was fueled by trading reasons related to the stock overhang after the introduction of new bank shares as well as the rebalancing of stocks’ weightings in various indices.

Trading activity improved notably, rising above the 100-million mark.

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