Greek stocks ended the last trading session of a volatile week with significant losses, reflecting the market's disappointment over the government's reform and privatization measures. The Athens Stock Exchange was also hit by a new rise in Greek bond spreads and CDS to record highs. The composite index fell 1.26 pct to end at 1,469.03 points, for a net loss of 4.06 pct in the week.

Turnover was a low 106.214 million euros. The Big Cap index fell 1.19 pct, the Mid Cap index ended 1.43 pct down and the Small Cap index fell 1.76 pct. OTE (1.55 pct), Titan (1.32 pct) and Jumbo (1.0 pct) were top gainers among blue chip stocks, while Hellenic Postbank (5.86 pct), Eurobank (3.79 pct) and Alpha Bank (3.04 pct) were top losers. The Media (1.63 pct) and Chemicals (0.99 pct) scored gains, while Travel (2.11 pct), Utilities (2.09 pct) and Financial Services (1.96 pct) suffered losses. Broadly, decliners led advancers by 92 to 54 with another 44 issues unchanged. Hatzioannou (14.29 pct), Pegasus (11.76 pct) and Sato (10 pct) were top gainers, while Domiki Crete (19.39 pct), Attikat (16.67 pct) and Vovos (14.49 pct) were top losers.

Sector indices ended as follows:

Insurance:

-1.69%

Industrials:

-1.36%

Commercial:

-0.94%

Construction:

+0.02%

Media:

+1.63%

Oil & Gas:

+0.77%

Personal & Household:

+0.37%

Raw Materials:

-0.93%

Travel & Leisure:

-2.11%

Technology:

-0.85%

Telecoms:

+1.55%

Banks:

-1.67%

Food & Beverages:

-1.81%

Health:

-1.13%

Utilities:

-2.09%

Chemicals:

+0.99%

Financial Services:

-1.96%

The stocks with the highest turnover were National Bank, OPAP, Alpha Bank and OTE.

Selected shares from the FTSE/ASE-20 index

closed in euros as follows:

Alpha Bank:

4.14

ATEbank:

0.52

Public Power Corp (PPC):

11.30

HBC Coca Cola:

19.14

Hellenic Petroleum:

7.32

National Bank of Greece:

5.77

EFG Eurobank Ergasias:

3.81

OPAP:

14.90

OTE:

7.87

Bank of Piraeus:

1.25

Titan:

17.68