Greek stocks ended marginally lower at 0.05% in the Athens Stock Exchange on Tuesday, as the market did not manage to revive following combined losses of 5.33% in the four preceding sessions. The general index fell 0.40 pct to end at 720.32 points, off the day’s highs of 731.97 points.
The Large Cap index ended 0.13 pct higher and the Mid Cap index dropped marginally by 0.03% pct. Turnover was 36.776 million euros in a volume of 24,932,104 shares.
Motor Oil (7.03 pct), Jumbo (1.98 pct) and Coca Cola HBC (1.17 pct) scored big gains among blue chip stocks, while Sarantis (5.00 pct), Fourlis (4.40 pct) and Alpha Bank (2.91 pct) suffered losses.
Among market sectors, Oil (4.58 pct) Health (1.70 pct) and Food & Beverages (1.16 pct) scored big gains, while Banks (1.33 pct) and Raw Materials (1.02 pct) suffered losses.
National Bank and Alpha Bank were the most heavily traded securities of the day.
Broadly, advancers led decliners by 42 to 39, with another 24 issues unchanged. Nakas (9.86 pct), ANEK (9.45 pct), Selonda (7.95 pct) and Motor Oil (7.03 pct) were top gainers, while Bitros (20.00 pct), SIDMA (19.76 pct) and Kordellou Bros (14.89 pct) were top losers.