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Greek Market Ends Session 7.1% Lower

The Greek market suffered the biggest percentage loss since the beginning of the year, weighed down by the negative sentiment surrounding the euro zone periphery on Spain΄s deteriorating economic situation and the recurring debt crisis.
On the board, the General Index ends 7.1% lower at 586.04, the first closure of the Index below 600 since June 28th. The banking index lost 9.83% lower at 185.96, with EFG Eurobank and National Bank both down 11% and Piraeus Bank off 9.6%.
The trading volume reaches 36.29 million euros, while 115 shares ended lower, 21 rose and 139 remained unchanged.
(source: Capital)

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