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.

The ASE Index dropped 3.6 percent to 620.54 at the close in Athens, its lowest level since November 1992. The benchmark measure has declined 8.8 percent this year for the second-worst performance of 24 developed markets tracked by Bloomberg.

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