ATHEX: Traders count down the days till next week's Eurogroup

The modest gains on low trading came as no surprise on Friday at the Greek bourse, and activity at Athinon Avenue looks set to remain shallow until next Thursday's Eurogroup meeting, where key decisions are expected - at least as far as Athens's much-needed bailout tranche is concerned.

ATHEX: Stock market defies gravity for a 12th day

The main index of the Greek stock exchange made it 12 in a row on Wednesday for the first time since its 1999 heyday, as it continued its push toward the 800-point mark. The general picture, along with the recovery of bond prices, points to a return to normality for the local market after the government's agreement with the country's creditors.

ATHEX: Stocks slide in line with the rest of Europe on UK vote

Stocks across Europe felt the pressure on Tuesday after snap elections were called in Great Britain, leading the Greek market's benchmark almost 1 percent lower as trading resumed after the Easter break. Turnover was exceptionally low since many investors appeared to have extended their holidays.

ATHEX: Ongoing talks vex investors

The benchmark at Athinon Avenue continued to reflect the nervousness of a market held hostage to the protracted negotiations between representatives of the Greek government and the country's creditors in Brussels ahead of Friday's Eurogroup meeting, with stocks posting a small decline on Tuesday on limited turnover.