Athens Stock Exchange
The closing auctions buoyed the Greek bourse benchmark out of the red on Thursday, with turnover reaching heights unseen since late September, at 92 million euros.
The Athens Exchange (ATHEX) general index ended at 740.20 points, adding 0.26 percent to Wednesday's 738.31 points.
On a monthly basis it lost 2.52 percent.
Mid-caps pushed the benchmark higher at the end of the week on what was a day of mixed fortunes for blue chips. Judging from the low turnover, many foreign investors decided to take the day after Thanksgiving off too.
The Athens Exchange (ATHEX) general index ended at 723.18 points, adding 0.36 percent to Thursday's 720.56 points. On a weekly basis it grew 1.14 percent.
The Thanksgiving holiday in the US saw turnover on the Greek bourse drop to its lowest point since August on Thursday, with stocks presenting a mixed picture at the end of the session.
The Athens Exchange (ATHEX) general index ended at 720.56 points, adding 0.06 percent to Wednesday's 720.13 points.
Most Greek stocks registered gains at the end of Tuesday's trading session, helped by the expected leniency of the European Central Bank on future provisions of eurozone lenders and the apparent agreement between Athens and Brussels on the sale of lignite-powered units that saw PPC's stock climb 5 percent and ADMIE Holdings grow 5.75 percent.