Athens Stock Exchange experienced another black day with its General Index to close at 626.17 and loses at -2.43 percent and turnover at 57.89 million euros.
Sellers went beyond the banking sector incl all stocks of FTSE25.
The losses were recorded despite the upgrade of the Greek banks and the extension Piraeus Bank received for its capital increase these moves have not convinced investors and traders.
Greece’s systemic banks suffered loses of
-7.62% for Piraeus Bank, -3.88% for National Bank, -1.51% for Alpha Bank and -5.12% for Eurobank.
Yield for 10-year Greek state bond has climbed to 4.68%.
In just three sessions, the Athens Stock Exchange suffered loses of 7.4 percent.