February 6 (SeeNews) - The main equity indices of the Zagreb Stock Exchange (ZSE) ended higher on Monday, as non-blue-chip companies dominated the trading session, bourse data showed.
The 18-share CROBEX gained 0.96% to close at 2,132.96 points.
The narrower CROBEX10, which tracks the top ten issuers in terms of free float, market capitalisation and liquidity, advanced 0.29% to finish at 1,238.37 points.
Software developer Span [ZSE:SPAN] was the most traded company on Monday with a turnover of 136,500 euro ($146,500) as its shares ended flat at 43.50 euro.
Second by turnover was hotel operator Plava Laguna [ZSE:PLAG] with 65,100 euro. Its shares surged 10.40% to end at 276 euro after the company announced that it will propose to its shareholders to pay a gross dividend of 20.29 euro per ordinary share and 20.32 euro per preferred share out of its retained profit from earlier years.
Span and Plava Laguna are members of the wider index, the Crobex.
The bourse's total trading turnover slightly rose to 624,500 euro from 612,000 euro on Friday. The prices are quoted in both euro and kuna.
($ = 0.931 euro)