Greek Stock Traders Say Enough After Best Rally Since '91: ChartBy
Greek stocks rallied for 13 straight sessions to an almost two-year high on optimism over debt relief for the beleaguered Mediterranean nation before traders called a halt. The benchmark ASE Index fell on Friday, breaking its longest winning streak in 26 years. It rallied 19 percent from April 21 through Thursday, while investors poured money into a fund tracking the country’s shares, as Greece reached an agreement with its creditors on the technical issues of a second bailout review.
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