Greek stocks ended flat in the Athens Stock Exchange on Tuesday, with the market moving against the positive trends of European markets and positive forecasts by analysts over the completion on Monday of Greece's fiscal adjustment program.
The general index fell 1.04 pct to end at 705.20 points, the lowest levels recorded since end-April 2017, and off the days highs of 718.28. The Large Cap index dropped 0.91 pct and the Mid Cap index fell 1.09 pct. Turnover was 43.914 million euros in volume of 36,945,014 shares. Titan (1.77 pct), Hellenic Telecoms (0.37 pct) and OPAP (0.05 pct) scored the highest gains among blue chip stocks, while Eurobank (4.62 pct), Mytilineos (4.00 pct), and PPC (3.54 pct) suffered losses.
Among market sectors, Telecoms (0.37 pct) and Construction (0.25 pct) scored the highest gains, while Commerce (3.50 pct), Industrials (3.25 pct) and Banks (2.44 pct) suffered the greatest losses. Eurobank and Alpha Bank were the most heavily traded securities of the day.
Broadly, decliners led advancers by 70 to 34, with another 24 issues unchanged.
Kyriakoulis (16.13 pct), Pairis (15.83 pct) and Pasal (12.84 pct) were top gainers, while Sfakianakis (19.23 pct), G.E. Dimitriou (17.65 pct) and Boutaris (13.58 pct) were top losers.