Bank of Greece probe finds major discrepancies in Attica Bank

Bank of Greece findings from its probe of Attica Bank include at least 30 serious discrepancies, Kathimerini understands. The central bank report, which has been submitted to Parliament, identifies significant shortfalls in the lenders' administrative and business operation, in risk management, in the operation of its information technology systems and in its recapitalization.

ATHEX: Little action for benchmark on a quiet day

The benchmark of the Greek bourse moved within a particularly narrow margin of just four points on Wednesday, as investors saw no reason for any major moves while talks with the country's creditors are ongoing and international markets are holding their collective breath ahead of next week's central bank decisions in the US.

ATHEX: Bourse benchmark gains over 10 pct in May

The notable growth recorded during Tuesday's trading session, which saw the benchmark climb above the 650-point mark for a few hours, was reversed by a late selling spree in banks, although the main index still ended the session with gains. Trading volume was particularly high, mainly thanks to the MSCI index rebalancing.

What was Rena doing on the night Athens was shamed?

What was the Radical Left Coalition (SYRIZA) darling Rena Dourou doing on the night that Greece was shamed by the Eurogroup and was on the brink of leaving the Eurozone? She was working for the appointment of her partner Yiannis Benisis as the CEO of the Athens Water Supply and Sewerage Company (EYDAP).

ATHEX: Greek stocks keep sliding

Despite early suggestions of a stock rebound, the Greek bourse eventually ended with significant losses on Monday, on extremely low trading volume, as an agreement between Greece and its creditors remained elusive. A technical glitch in the first few minutes of the session did not help proceedings either.