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Sep 27, 2007 19:16 EEST
September 27 (SeeNews) - All three Croatian share indices kept on rising on Thursday on gains almost everywhere but volumes declined, brokers said.
The turnover in shares and bonds in floor trading fell to 87.8 million kuna ($17 million/12 million euro) from 127.7 million kuna on Wednesday.
The 30-share Crobex index of the Zagreb Stock Exchange (ZSE) added 0.92% to finish at 5,066.4 points, expanding its winning streak for a seventh day running on a bullish market and getting near its all-time high of 5,138.45 points it hit in the middle of May.
The 20-share Croemi index, calculated by commercial bank Raiffeisenbank Austria, advanced 1.16% to 4,178.30. Each of the two indices is some 55% higher than it was at the end of last year.
The CROX capitalisation-weighted price index of the seven most traded stocks on the ZSE, which the Vienna Stock Exchange launched this summer, rose 0.59% to end at 2,789.88 in euro terms.
Blue-chip construction and engineering company Ingra that moved on Thursday to the most transparent tier of the bourse, hit an all-time high of 55,000 kuna intraday before retreating to record high closing level of 54,992 kuna, up 2.03% on 12.4 million kuna of turnover. Ingra attracted the biggest daily volume.
Another construction company, IGH, ranked second by stock turnover. Its share closed 0.67% higher at 11,980 kuna on 10.1 million kuna turnover.
Oil and gas company INA, an index heavyweight, shed 1.30% to 2,818 kuna on 2.8 million kuna of turnover.
Overall, 100 shares advanced, 25 fell and 15 were unchanged.
The fixed-income Crobis index added 0.11% to 98.3228 points.
(1 euro=7.2784 Croatian kuna)
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