Greek stocks edge up 0.8 pct for third successive week

Economy Tags: Markets

After some ups and downs, the Greek stock market edged up 0.8 percent this week, while trading volumes remained subdued for the fifth straight week.

The second programme review kicked off on Friday with an agreement in sight on privatisations and arrears clearance. The key market focus is on the thorniest issue among the labour reforms and could prove the toughest issue on this review agenda.

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