LJUBLJANA (Slovenia), November 10 (SeeNews) - The two stock indices on the Ljubljana Stock Exchange (LJSE) rose on Wednesday, supported by gains in seaport operator Luka Koper [LJE:LKPG] and petroleum and fuel retailer Petrol [LJE:PETG], bourse data showed.
Luka Koper's shares rose 1.55% to 26.20 euro, as 330 of the company's shares traded in four transactions worth 8,480 euro ($9,800), LJSE data showed.
At the same time, 85 Petrol shares changed hands in eight transactions on Wednesday, generating a turnover of 38,087 euro. Petrol's shares gained 0.90% to close at 449 euro.
At the other end, insurer Triglav [LJE:ZVTG] paced the blue-chip decliners, with shares ending down 0.58% at 34.50 euro.
The blue-chip SBITOP index added 0.41% and closed at 1,209.48 points on Wednesday, LJSE data showed. The SBITOP TR index, which also tracks dividend distribution, also rose 0.41% to end at 1,409.75 points.
Total daily regulated market turnover dropped to 472,346 euro on Wednesday from 1.4 million euro generated in the previous trading session.
Pharmaceutical company Krka [LJE:KRKG] was the most liquid company on the bourse on Wednesday, generating a turnover of 162,210 euro. Krka's shares closed up 0.44% at 113 euro.
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