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Stocks record losses of 1.8 pct during week, amid light trading volumes
The Greek equity market traded mostly in negative territory this week with very soft trading volumes, dropping by 1.8 percent and ending a 3-week rally that saw cumulative gains of 7.5 percent.
Investors preferred to stay on the sidelines, taking part of their profits ahead of the crucial meetings in Washington regarding the conclusion of the second programme review and debt relief measures.
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