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Another increase for stocks, which edge up 0.4 pct during week
The Greek stock market edged up for the third straight week, rising by 0.4 percent but with soft trading volumes following a stronger rise of 2.3 percent last week as investors remain cautiously optimistic about a conclusion of the second programme review.
The Athens Stock Exchange general index climbed to a 17-month high on Thursday. It corrected by 0.24 percent on the following day closing at 683.57. The bourse is closed on Good Friday.
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