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Nov 07, 2017 16:41 EEST
November 7 (SeeNews) - Oil and gas company NIS [BEL:NIIS] generated the highest share turnover on the Belgrade Stock Exchange on Tuesday, as share indices ended mixed, bourse data showed.
A total of 7,560 of the company's shares changed hands, generating a turnover of 5.4 million dinars. NIS won 0.98% and closed at 719 dinars.
Aluminium rolling mill Impol Seval [BEL:IMPL] led the blue-chip gainers' list on the Belgrade Stock Exchange, as it won 1.41% and closed at 3,800 dinars. A single share in the company changed hands.
The blue-chip BELEX15 index, which tracks the most liquid shares on the Belgrade bourse, closed flat at 729.68 points on Tuesday. On Monday, the index increased 0.10%.
The broader BELEXline, a free‐float market capitalisation weighted index, went down 0.26% on Tuesday and closed at 1,597.36 points, after rising 0.63% on Monday.
Civil engineering group Energoprojekt [BEL:ENHL] paced the blue-chip decliners on Tuesday, as its share price fell by 4% to 1,152 dinars. A total of 246 shares of the company changed hands, generating a turnover of 283,350 dinars.
The total stock trading turnover on the bourse increased to 13.7 million dinars ($133,614/115,464 euro) on Tuesday from 9.7 million dinars on Monday, as 352 share transactions were carried out. Trading on the multilateral trading facility (MTP) of the bourse came in at 4 million dinars.
Trading in Treasury bonds contributed 251.3 million dinars to the session's total trading turnover of 265 million dinars on the bourse. A total of 2,100 bonds of the euro-denominated RSO17149 issue changed hands in a single deal. The bonds bear a coupon of 1% and mature on February 20, 2019.
(1 euro = 118.651 dinars)
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