January 4 (SeeNews) - The main equity indices of the Zagreb Stock Exchange (ZSE) kept on rising on Tuesday, the second trading day after the adoption of the euro in the Adriatic country, despite a drop in turnover, bourse data showed.
The bourse's total trading turnover plunged to 194,700 euro ($206,000) from 506,600 euro on Tuesday.
The 18-share CROBEX closed at 2,005.47 points, up 0.34%, extending its gains for a 10th session in a row. The narrower CROBEX10, which tracks the top ten issuers in terms of free float, market capitalisation and liquidity, gained 0.54% to finish at 1,169.99 points.
Regular shares of diversified group Adris [ZSE:ADRS], which are not part of the main equity indices, generated the largest daily turnover, 38,200 euro. They rose 0.88% to end at 57.50 euro.
Among the blue-chips, shares of index heavyweight Hrvatski Telekom [ZSE:HT] increased 1.28% and shares of hotel owners and operators Valamar Riviera [ZSE:RIVP] and Arena Hospitality [ZSE:ARNT] rose by 1.51% and 0.62% respectively.
The ZSE was closed on December 29 and 30 to ensure safe transition to the euro as of January 1. The prices are quoted in both euro and kuna.
($ = 0.946 euro)
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