Athens Exchange

ATHEX: Signs suggest no year-end rally in store for local stocks

The outlook following Friday's session at Athinon Avenue, which traders were watching carefully to get an idea of how the market would fare in the weeks ahead, was not rosy, as the benchmark headed south. The chances of a year-end rally have therefore been ruled out, and 2018 is expected to end in negative territory.

ATHEX: Revelation day for local stock market

Friday's trading session at Athinon Avenue is seen as technically significant for the future of the local stock market, not only up until the end of the year but also the first few days of January, as it is expected to illustrate whether it has a real chance of recovery - following Thursday's meager gains - or if it will continue to be characterized by shallow trade with negative features owing

ATHEX: Local stocks break six-day losing streak

The Greek stock market managed to hang on to its morning gains and bring an end to its six-day losing streak yesterday, with the benchmark ending the session near its day high. However, low turnover and the general weakness in investor moves suggested that Wednesday's rise was merely technical rather than anything substantial.

ATHEX: Alpha's 3 pct drop leads stocks lower

Thursday's drop at the Athens stock exchange (ATHEX) was quite tame compared to losses recorded in most other European markets - and considering the slide in Greek bond prices.

The ATHEX general index ended at 652.04 points, shedding 0.74 percent from Wednesday's 656.92 points. The large-cap FTSE-25 index contracted 0.92 percent to 1,705.11 points.

ATHEX: Bourse shakes pressure off to eradicate early losses

The Greek stock market succumbed to pressure early on Wednesday but eventually narrowed its morning losses almost down to zero by the close.

The Athens Exchange (ATHEX) general index ended at 656.92 points, down less than 0.01 percent from Tuesday's 656.96 points. The large-cap FTSE-25 index contracted 0.39 percent to 1,720.96 points, while the mid-cap index expanded 0.46 percent.

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