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Oct 05, 2007 18:10 EEST
October 5 (SeeNews) - The Belgrade Stock Exchange (BELEX) indices ended higher on Friday, following the successful bourse debut of Croatia's top telecom T-HT in Zagreb and London, brokers said.
The blue-chip BELEX15 index added 0.11% to close at 2,848.78 points, while the broader BELEXline rose 0.30% to finish at 4,480.24 points. The joint SRX index of the bourses in Belgrade and Vienna gained 0.81% to 1,625.87. Total turnover grew to 923 million dinars ($16.8 million/11.6 million euro) from 643 million dinars on Thursday.
"I expect the indices to grow further as fresh gains from T-HT's debut could be easily transferred here," a broker with Belgrade Hypo Alpe-Adria-Securities told SeeNews.
T-HT made its bourse debut in Zagreb and London on Friday morning, rising in Zagreb some 52% from the price set by the government in the initial public offering (IPO). Upon the start of trading at 10 a.m. (0800 GMT), the company's shares changed hands at 406 kuna ($78.4/55.5 euro), compared to the IPO price of 265 kuna. By the afternoon they had added a further 40%.
One of the major deals on BELEX on Friday was a block transaction with shares in confectionery maker Medela. A total of 23,347 shares were sold at 21,000 dinars per share. The buyer was not announced but the sold stake is the same size as that held by Medela's largest shareholder, drug maker Jugoremedija, the broker said. The company closed 19.93% higher from Thursday's close.
Blue-chip commercial bank Komercijalna Banka and food company Fidelinka, which was the most traded company on Thursday, too gained ground. Fidelinka went up 0.28% to 4,258 dinars. Shares in Komercijlna Banka added 0.01% to close at 127,000 dinars ahead of a planned capital hike.
Among other blue-chips, commercial bank Agrobanka lost 0.27% to end at 33,309 dinars.
(1 euro = 77.8539 dinars)
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