October 13 (SeeNews) - Belgrade share indices mostly ticked up on Tuesday as turnover almost halved, bourse data showed.
The blue-chip BELEX15 index of the Belgrade Stock Exchange edged up 0.23% to 816.76 points after shedding 0.62% a day earlier. The broader BELEXline index inched up 0.13% to 1,547.85 points after sliding 0.39% on Monday.
The joint SRX index of the bourses in Belgrade and Vienna was off 0.4% at 369.55 on Tuesday.
The Belgrade bourse's total turnover fell to 66.2 million dinars ($1.05 million/711,505 euro) from 121.5 million dinars on Monday. Trade in government bonds generated 23.7 million dinars, up from 7.04 million dinars a day earlier.
Blue chip Agrobanka lost 2.21% to 11,094 dinars in the session’s highest volume of 6.9 million dinars.
Blue-chip soybean producer Sojaprotein picked up 0.73% to 1,102 dinars in the second highest turnover of 6.8 million dinars.
Blue chip AIK Banka added 0.43% to 3,018 dinars in the third highest turnover of 6.1 million dinars.
Mechanical engineering company Progres was once again the bourse's biggest riser, surging 19.88% to 193 dinars.
Tobacco producer Duvanska Industrija Nis, majority-owned by Phillip Morris, posted the biggest decline, falling 9.06% to 2,701 dinars.
Decliners outnumbered gainers by 23 to 21, while the shares of 25 companies remained unchanged on Tuesday.
(1 euro=93.0816 Serbian dinars)
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