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Nov 27, 2017 15:32 EEST
November 27 (SeeNews) - Oil and gas group NIS [BEL:NIIS] generated the highest turnover on the Belgrade Stock Exchange on Monday, as share indices ended mixed, bourse data showed.
A total of 71,940 of the company's shares changed hands, generating a turnover of 50.4 million dinars. NIS lost 0.14% and closed at 700 dinars.
Soybean processing company Sojaprotein [BEL:SJPT] led the blue-chip gainers' list on Monday, after winning 6.68% and closing at 463 dinars. A total of 24 of the company's shares changed hands, generating a turnover of 11,100 dinars.
The blue-chip BELEX15 index, which tracks the most liquid shares on the Belgrade bourse, fell 0.11% to 738.63 points on Monday. On Friday, the index increased 0.44%.
The broader BELEXline, a free‐float market capitalisation weighted index, went up 0.26% on Monday and closed at 1,637.66 points, after growing 0.53% on Friday.
Belgrade airport operator Aerodrom Nikola Tesla [BEL:AERO] paced the blue-chip decliners on the Belgrade Stock Exchange on Monday, as its share price fell 1.18% to 1,419 dinars. A total of 80 shares in the company changed hands, generating a turnover of 113,215 dinars.
The total stock trading turnover on the bourse increased to 72.2 million dinars ($721,059/604,002 euro) on Monday from 54.2 million dinars on Friday, as 174 share transactions were carried out. Trading on the multilateral trading facility (MTP) of the bourse came in at 370,512 dinars.
Trading in Treasury bonds contributed 1.498 billion dinars to the session's total trading turnover of 1.57 billion dinars on the bourse.
(1 euro = 119.536 dinars)
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