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Greek Equities Outperform On Bailout Extension, December Elections Dec 08 2014
Greek Shares Rise On Possible Bailout Extension Dec 05 2014
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ReplyDwarakanath.kiran@google - 6 months ago
The group posted net earnings of 181 million euros in January to March, its sixth straight profitable quarter.

Analysts polled by Reuters were forecasting net profits of 24 million euros on average.
ReplyTonyPateropoulos - 1 year ago
$10 by year end

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