Greek Stocks and Bonds Sink After ECB Debt Decision

Greek stocks and bonds took a beating Thursday after the European Central Bank fueled an increasingly tense standoff between the Greek government and its international creditors.

Athens’ main stock index fell by as much as 9%in early trade before ending the session 3.4% lower, while yields on Greek government bonds soared, indicating that investors see a swelling risk of default.

Josie Cox | The Wall Street Journal

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