ASE Index

ASE Index

The benchmark index of securities traded on the Athens Exchange. It lost more than a third of its value in the wake of the Greek financial crisis in 2009-2010.
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Greece's ASE Index rose for a third day, advancing 2.
Greece's ASE Index of stocks fell three per cent, for the biggest decline among western-European markets.
According to weekly statistics, the ASE index closed this week at 1,875 points, a retreat from previous week's 1,929.
In late trading on Friday, the Athens stock market s ASE index showed a gain of 0.
Of course, from a purely econometric position one recognizes the analysis as one querying whether being distinguished from the rest of the sample through this ASE index correlates with subsequent outcomes--earnings, joblessness, job characteristics, and so son--in any systematic way.
For example, from the estimated coefficients from column (2) of Table 8 that also control for an intermediate measure of attitude and self-esteem, movement from the median of the lower quartile to the median of the upper quartile of the pre labor market ASE index increases the probability of responding that one's supervisor decided "both what [one] did and how [one] did it" by 14.
More than 11 million shares were traded through 12,882 transactions as the ASE index closed at 8,976 points losing 1.
The Greek market is closed for a holiday after the ASE Index fell 4.
A report by the National Portfolio Securities Co (NPSC), published in Ad Dustour last week, indicated that ASE index rose six points.
Summary: Greece's benchmark ASE Index posted its biggest weekly gain since October 2008 after eurozone leaders announced a new aid package for the country and measures to prevent sovereign bond yields increasing.
Greece's benchmark ASE Index pared gains after the talks broke up, declining 1.