Two men check an index board at the reception hall of the Athens' Stock Exchange, in Athens, Greece, Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2015. (AP Photo/Yorgos Karahalis)
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Greece's battered banking stocks staged a strong rebound Thursday, bouncing back after a three-day rout that wiped 63 percent from their market value.The banking index end 17.8 percent higher with all of its constituent stocks closing with gains, led by a 27.4 percent jump in National Bank, Greece's largest lender.Alpha Bank reversed a 26 percent early loss to close 11.6 percent higher.The broader market – of which banking stocks make up around 20 percent – ended up 3.6 percent.
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