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Dec 28, 2009 19:37 EEST
SOFIA (Bulgaria), December 28 (SeeNews) – The four share indices of the Sofia bourse all rose on Monday, the first working day in Bulgaria after a long Christmas holiday, bourse data showed.
The SOFIX index, which comprises the 20 most liquid shares trading on the Bulgarian Stock Exchange (BSE), rose 0.72% to 427.27 points after gaining 0.33% on Wednesday, the last trading session for last week before Christmas.
The BG40, which tracks the 40 most traded shares on the bourse, rose 0.07% to 117.16 points after dropping 0.85% in the previous trading session.
Total turnover, excluding block and other pre-agreed deals, more than halved to 13.8 million levs ($10.16 million/7.05 million euro) from 31.36 million levs on Wednesday.
On Monday, 71 shares gained ground, 25 fell, and 17 ended unchanged.
Nineteen out of the 20 SOFIX components were traded on Monday. Six of them closed lower, one remained flat and the rest gained ground.
The most liquid blue chip on Monday was Industrial Holding Bulgaria which added 6.06% to 1.75 levs in a volume of 107,976 stocks.
Holding Varna, a unit of local industrial conglomerate Chimimport which on Wednesday acquired 28.9% of Galata Investment Company, another Chimimport subsidiary, closed 13.78% higher from Wednesday at 10.6 levs in a volume of 37,644 shares. Holding Varna opened at 9.32 levs on Monday.
Some fourty minutes before the end of Monday's session 27,714 shares of Holding Varna changed hands at a price of 101 levs each in 60 transactions. Local financial news provider Investor.bg quoted investment intermediary Capital Invest, which mediated those transactions, as saying the deals at that price were struck by mistake and they would issue a statement to cancel them.
Galata Investment Company ended flat from Wednesday at 9,000 levs in a volume of 891 shares. The company stock reached a turnover of 8.019 million levs, accounting for more than 58% of the total turnover on the Sofia stock exchange.
The BG-REIT index, which tracks the performance of real estate investment trusts, closed 2.61% higher at 48.01 points on Monday. The BG TotalReturn30 index, in which companies with a free float of at least 10% have equal weight, gained 0.96% to 334.84.
On Wednesday, the BG-REIT ended 0.67% up and the BG TotalReturn30 gained 0.86%.
The Dnevnik 20 index, calculated by local business daily Dnevnik from the share prices of the 20 leading companies in terms of liquidity and market capitalisation, rose 1.92% to 63.32 points after gaining 0.63% on Wednesday.
(1 euro = 1.95583 Bulgrian levs)
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