Greek stocks ended flat in the Athens Stock Exchange on Wednesday, recovering from initial losses after the shock waves from the election victory of Donald Trump briefly rocked international markets. The composite index of the market eased 0.05 pct to end at 581.92 points, after falling as much as 1.68 pct early in the day. The Large Cap index rose 0.21 pct and the Mid Cap index eased 1.09 pct. Turnover was an improved 40.086 million euros, in volume of 52,786,412 shares.
OPAP (3.57 pct), Titan (2.77 pct) and National Bank (1.09 pct) scored the biggest percentage gains of the day among blue chip stocks, while Jumbo (2.29 pct), Folli Follie (1.78 pct) and Hellenic Petroleum (1.47 pct) suffered heavy losses.
Among market sectors, Travel (3.28 pct) and Construction (1.78 pct) scored big gains, while Personal Products (2.07 pct) and Commerce (1.78 pct) suffered losses. National Bank and Piraeus Bank were the most heavily traded securities of the day. Broadly, decliners led advancers by 49 to 41 with another 29 issues unchanged. Logismos (29.92 pct), Chatzikraniotis (19.44 pct) and ANEK (19.23 pct) were top gainers, while Pasal (19.79 pct), Progressive (19.57 pct) and Attica Publications (9.90 pct) were top losers.