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Greek stocks rebound 1.9 pct during week but fail to match European markets
The Greek stock market advanced 1.9 percent this week after the sharp losses of 8.8 percent recorded last week following the outcome of the UK referendum, which caused turmoil in the global markets.
Only five of the 25 FTSE/Large Cap constituents fell this week with the most notable drops in Eurobank (-14 percent), Piraeus (-13.1 percent) and Alpha (-6.6 percent).
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