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S&P Dow Jones Indices to carry Greek stocks at Friday or last traded price - statement

PUBLISHED Mon, June 29, 2015 - 10:02am EDT

S&P Dow Jones Indices will carry Greek stocks at the Friday close or last traded price if there is no official closing price, S&P DJI says in a statement. "Committee will continue to monitor the situation in Greece closely, and will issue public statements as appropriate," it said.

  S&P Dow Jones Indices Statement on closure of Greek banks and markets

S&P Dow Jones Indices Statement on Closure of Greece Banks and Markets

NEW YORK, June 29, 2015: S&P Dow Jones Indices (“S&P DJI”), a world leading index provider, has issued the following statement pertaining to Greek stocks in its financial market indices:

S&P DJI will carry Greek stocks at the Friday, June 26th close or last traded price if there is no official closing price. This decision is in line with S&P DJI’s published Equity Index Policy and Procedures document, the details of which appear on page 49. The S&P DJI Global Index Committee will continue to monitor the situation in Greece closely, and will issue public statements as appropriate.

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