Greece's main stock index fell to its lowest close in more than 25 years on Monday. The Athens Stock Exchange General Index dropped 7.9 per cent on the day and is now down more than 26 per cent this year. An index of the country's banking stocks also plunged to a record low.
Greece's Finance Minister said Monday that a review of the country's bailout performance would resume next week.
"The market is pricing in financial and political instability and delays in the review," said Beta Securities analyst Manos Hatzidakis, according to Reuters.