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Nov 21, 2017 16:12 EEST
November 21 (SeeNews) - Cookware maker Metalac [BEL:MTLC] generated the highest share turnover on the Belgrade Stock Exchange on Tuesday, as share indices declined, bourse data showed.
A total of 8,229 of the company's shares changed hands, generating a turnover of 17.3 million dinars. Metalac lost 0.76% and closed at 2,103 dinars.
Household appliances maker Alfa Plam [BEL:ALFA] led the blue-chip gainers' list on the Belgrade Stock Exchange, as it won 0.10% and closed at 35 dinars. A total of 35,336 of the company's shares changed hands, generating a turnover of 106,008 dinars.
The blue-chip BELEX15 index, which tracks the most liquid shares on the Belgrade bourse, fell 0.73%% to 728.57 points on Tuesday. On Monday, the index decreased 0.24%.
The broader BELEXline, a free‐float market capitalisation weighted index, went down 0.62% on Tuesday and closed at 1,603.20 points, after increasing 0.05% on Monday.
Aluminium rolling mill Impol Seval [BEL:IMPL] paced the blue-chip decliners on the Belgrade Stock Exchange on Tuesday, as its share price fell 5.11% to 3,511 dinars. A total of 70 shares in the company changed hands, generating a turnover of 245,750 dinars.
The total stock trading turnover on the bourse decreased to 40.7 million dinars ($401,984/342,939 euro) on Tuesday from 72.5 million dinars on Monday, as 142 share transactions were carried out. Trading on the multilateral trading facility (MTP) of the bourse came in at 632,872 dinars.
Trading in Treasury bonds contributed 834.3 million dinars to the session's total trading turnover of 875 million dinars on the bourse. A total of 7,000 bonds of the euro-denominated RSO17155 issue changed hands in a single deal. The bonds bear a coupon of 1% and mature on March 25, 2019.
(1 euro = 118.710 dinars)
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