Shares expected to sell off sharply when trading in Greek stocks resumes on Monday after a five-week shutdown

Greek investors expect a tumultuous day’s trading when Athens’ stock market reopens on Monday after a five-week shutdown.

The resumption of trading in Greek stocks will be the latest step back towards economic normality, after the prime minister, Alexis Tsipras, struck a deal with the country’s creditors to open talks on an €86bn (£61bn) third bailout.

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Source: The Guardian Circular Economy RSS