Greek stocks rebounded on the Athens Stock Exchange on Monday after Friday’s plunge, in line with an upward trend prevailing in other European markets.
The general index of the market jumped 1.43% to close at 1,035.72 points, off the day’s highs of 1,037.22 points. The Large Cap index ended 1.56% higher and the Mid Cap index rose 0.70%. Turnover was a thin 48.91 million euros in volume of 16,747,109 shares.
Aegean Airlines (3.83%), Piraeus Bank (3.72%), Eurobank (2.94%) and Jumbo (2.84%) scored big gains among blue chip stocks, while PPC (-1.03%) and Lamda Development (-0.80%) suffered losses. Among market sectors, Personal Products (2.70%) and Banks (2.59%) moved up, while Utilities (-0.63%) and Real Estate (-0.53%) moved doiwn. Eurobank and Alpha Bank were the most heavily traded securities of the day. .Broadly, advancers led decliners by 62 to 33 with another 19 issues unchanged. Medicon (5.16%) and Attica Bank (3.92%) were top gainers, while Frigoglass (-15.94%) and Sato (-12.50%) were top losers.