SeenewsSeenews
Search
Seenews
AlertsSeenewsSeenews
Searchclose
TOPICS
arrow
COUNTRIES
arrow
INDUSTRY
arrow
Economy
arrow
Browse Economy
Mix and match your focus countries with our advanced search
Investments
arrow
Browse Investments
Mix and match your focus countries with our advanced search
Deals
arrow
Browse Deals
Mix and match your focus countries with our advanced search
SEE TOP 100
arrow
Browse SEE TOP 100
Latest in SEE TOP 100
Tech
arrow
Browse Tech
Mix and match your focus countries with our advanced search
Green
arrow
Browse Green
Mix and match your focus countries with our advanced search
0/5
You have 5 free articles left this month
You have 0/5 free articles
Sign up to get 5 more free articles this month
SIGN UP
arrow
LOGIN
arrow

Belgrade Share Indices Mostly Tick Up, Turnover Nearly Halves

Oct 13, 2009, 6:14:54 PMArticle by Vera Ovanin
share
October 13 (SeeNews) - Belgrade share indices mostly ticked up on Tuesday as turnover almost halved, bourse data showed.

Belgrade Share Indices Mostly Tick Up, Turnover Nearly Halves

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)

Your complete guide to the emerging economies of Southeast Europe. From latest news to bespoke research – the big picture at the tip of your fingers.