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Sep 28, 2007 20:05 EEST
ZAGREB (Croatia), September 28 (SeeNews) – The 30-share Crobex index of the Zagreb Stock Exchange fell back 0.58% to 5,037.2 on Friday due to profit-taking following a seven-day rally, brokers said.
“Capitalisation of profit calmed down the market,” said a broker with Ilirika brokerage. The week was rather interesting for all shareholders because after a long period of market stagnation and slide in share prices, the market was rising, he added.
The 20-share Croemi index, calculated by commercial bank Raiffeisenbank Austria, lost 0.63% to 4,152.02. Each of the two indices is some 55% higher than it was at the end of last year.
The CROX capitalisation-weighted price index of the seven most traded stocks on the ZSE, which the Vienna Stock Exchange launched this summer, shed 1.87% to end at 2,737.82 in euro terms.
Blue-chip construction and engineering company Ingra again was the most traded issue. In a block transaction, 5500 shares of Ingra changed hands at a price of 49,014 per share for 24.5 million kuna. Total turnover was some 25 million kuna, the biggest of the day. In the other deals, its share price fell 4.89% to 52,304 kuna closing. Ingra was one of the stars of the bourse in Zagreb this week when it moved to the exchange’s most transparent tier.
The second most traded share was holding company Djuro Djakovic Holding, whose share price fell 3.80% to 202 kuna on 4.0 million kuna.
The turnover in shares and bonds in floor trading shrunk to 71.6 million kuna ($14 million/9.8 million euro) from 87.8 million kuna a day earlier.
Overall, 64 shares advanced, 49 fell and 20 were unchanged.
The fixed-income Crobis index was up 0.14% to 98.4600 points.
(1 euro=7.2742 Croatian kuna)
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