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Croatian share indices decline, Slatinska Banka shines

May 29, 2024, 7:47:20 PMArticle by Annie Tsoneva
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May 29 (SeeNews) - The main equity indices of the Zagreb Stock Exchange ended in negative territory on losses in Ericsson Nikola Tesla [ZSE:ERNT] and Hrvatski Telekom [ZSE:HT], bourse data showed on Wednesday.

Croatian share indices decline, Slatinska Banka shines
Slatinska Banka. Source: Slatinska Banka

The total regular turnover reached 1.0 million euro ($1.08 million) from 942,000 euro a day earlier.

The 21-share benchmark, the CROBEX, fell 0.54% to close at 2,806.36 points.

The narrower equity index CROBEX10, which tracks the top ten issuers in terms of free float, market capitalisation and liquidity, went down 0.99% to 1,675.88 points.

ICT solutions provider Ericsson Nikola Tesla was the most traded company with a turnover of 207,000 euro as its shares lost 0.96% to 206 euro.

Shares of hotel owner and manager Valamar Riviera [ZSE:RIVP] ended flat at 5.14 euro in a turnover of 201,000 euro. The company signed on Wednesday with two banks a 130 million euro club loan agreement, it announced after the end of the trading session.

Index-heavyweight Hrvatski Telekom ranked third by turnover with 67,000 euro, as its shares fell 1.95% to 30.20 euro.

The biggest daily gainer was Slatinska Banka [ZSE:SNBA]. Its shares soared 5.76% to 14.70 euro on the news that it has signed a deal to buy 100% of Zagreb-based house savings bank Wustenrot Stambena Stedionica.

($ = 0.925 euro)

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