Greek Stocks Hit Two-Decade Low

Impasse on forming government raises questions about nation’s membership in euro.

Greek stocks declined to their lowest level in two decades as the country’s political leaders met for a second day to try to form a government after an election that raised questions about the nation’s membership in the euro.

National Bank of Greece SA led losses, tumbling 8.4 percent. Public Power Corp. SA plummeted 7.9 percent.

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