Investors around the world watched Greece with interest on Tuesday to see if the country’s stocks fared any better after a torrid comeback on Monday.
Market experts and economists are now questioning how long it will take for market confidence in Greece to recover—if ever. On Tuesday, Greek stocks built on losses from Monday, when the Athens Stock Exchange reopened for the first time in five weeks.
The benchmark Athens Composite Index opened down 4.8 percent on Tuesday, before paring losses to close 1.2 percent lower. On Monday, the index plummeted 16.2 percent.
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