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Oct 15, 2007 11:40 EEST
SKOPJE (Macedonia), October 15 (SeeNews) – The Macedonian Stock Exchange (MSE) launched a web magazine presenting the latest developments on the global and regional securities markets, the country’s state-run agency MIA reported on Monday.
The web magazine, called MB Monitor (www.mbmonitor.com.mk), comes as a result of the stock exchange's efforts to acquaint the Macedonian public with issues related to the securities market and corporate management, MIA reported.
The project was carried out in cooperation with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
The e-zine will follow the trends of the big global and regional stock exchanges and will provide information about current events on the capital markets. It will be updated on a weekly basis.
The USAID has invested over $450 million (316.4 million euro) in Macedonia since 1993.
MSE is the single equity market in the land-locked country of two million people. It comprises of official and unofficial floor and has three indices: the MBI index tracking the 10 blue-chip stocks on the MSE, bond index, OMB and the bourse's new broader index, MBID, which was introduced in June and includes the 15 biggest companies by market turnover for a six-month period.
($ = 0.7032 euro)
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