The Greek stock exchange opened after a five-week hiatus on Monday and, as expected, the results weren’t pretty.
Banking stocks were the worst-hit in Athens with several stocks hitting their maximum daily declines, called a “limit down.”
Despite the heavy selling, the reopening of the index was seen as positive for the debt-stricken country as it continues to negotiate with international creditors on its third bailout.
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