Biggest one-day loss since 2011 for European stocks as Greek crisis deepens

lunes 29 de junio de 2015 14:05 GYT

* Athens market shut; Greece imposes capital controls

* Some $33 billion wiped off euro zone bank stocks

* Euro STOXX volatility index surges

* European bourses in 2015:

* Asset performance in 2015: (Updates with closing prices)

By Lionel Laurent and Sudip Kar-Gupta

LONDON, June 29 (Reuters) - Euro zone stocks suffered their biggest one-day fall since 2011 on Monday, with southern European banks in particular getting pummelled after Greece shut its banks and imposed capital controls.

Some 30 billion euros ($33.30 billion) in market capitalisation was wiped off euro zone banks as investors dumped financial stocks, fearing the ripple effects of a potential Greek exit from the euro zone.

The selling did not hit panic levels, however, with European equities still up some 10 percent year-to-date and not far off seven-year highs.   Continuación...