One Surprising European Market Hit A One-Year High This Morning

As markets around the world tumble this morning, one market is rallying: Greece.  Greek journalist Efithimia Efthimiou noted that Greece’s ASE index traded as high as 848.36 this morning, the highest since September 2011.

Meanwhile, Greece may be the most troubled of the debt-laden eurozone countries.

Here’s a look at the one year chart:

greek stock market

Photo: Bloomberg

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