Greek stocks ended lower in the Athens Stock Exchange on Thursday in a muted trading day, after two positive sessions, during which the general index had gained 2.29 percent in total.
The general index of the market recorded losses of 1.23 pct to end at 832.06 points, having reached an intraday high of 844.32 points and a low of 829.97 points. The Large Cap index fell 1.42 pct and the Mid Cap index 1.07 pct. Turnover was at 37.690 million euros in a volume of 36,651,317 shares.
Fourlis (0.83 pct), Viohalco (0.68 pct) and Ellaktor (0.61 pct) scored the biggest percentage gains among blue chip stocks while Eurobank (-3.68 pct), Jumbo (-3.54 pct) and Attica Bank (-2.86) suffered losses.
In terms of sectors, Technology (0.70 pct) and Industrial Products (0.36 pct) scored gains, while Health (-2.85 pct), Personal Products (-2.70 pct) and Banks (-2.21 pct) recorded the biggest losses. National Bank and Attica Bank were the most heavily traded securities of the day.
Broadly, decliners led advancers by 57 to 47 with another 16 issues unchanged. Vioter (20 pct), Leventeris (20 pct) and Persefs (20 pct) were top gainers, while ANEK (-20 pct), Akritas (19.75 pct) and SATO (-18.97 pct) were top losers.