Greece’s share market has dropped more than 6 percent since the beginning of the year, according to the latest data from the country’s Statistical Authority of Greece.
The benchmark DAX index is down almost 10 percent over the same period.
Greece has been in a deep recession since the start of 2015, with unemployment in the country topping 30 percent and an unemployment rate of almost 22 percent.
The country has been struggling to get international debt relief as its international bailout program expires.
The latest numbers are also down from earlier this month, when the Athens Stock Exchange lost nearly $1 billion.
The DAX fell 4.4 percent on Friday, its biggest drop since mid-February, and Greece’s benchmark BATS index fell 7.5 percent on Thursday.
The Greek stock market has fallen more than 5 percent over its first four quarters, and the DAX dropped 4.7 percent over that period.