Greek stocks dive 7.1%
- Published: 23 Jul 2012 at 22.40
- Online news:
Stocks in Athens on Monday tumbled by 7.10 percent, with banks hit the hardest, ahead of a crucial EU-IMF audit and mounting fears that Spain was heading for a eurozone bailout.
The bank index fell by 9.82 percent with top lenders taking heavy losses.
National Bank shed 11.29 percent, Alpha Bank lost 9.17 percent, Eurobank dived by 10.91 percent and Piraeus Bank dropped 9.59 percent.
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