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Nov 04, 2009 17:58 EEST
November 4 (SeeNews) - Serbian share indices rose with blue chip AIK Banka generating the bulk of turnover as volumes soared on Wednesday, bourse data showed.
AIK Banka posted a turnover of 1.2 billion dinars ($19 million/12.8 million euro) out of the session's 1.29 billion total. Turnover totalled 111.2 million dinars on Tuesday.
The shares of the lender advanced 2.04% to 2,856 dinars.
Government securities accounted for 16.4 million dinars of turnover, down from 54.5 million dinars on Tuesday.
"In the first transaction at 1025 local time (0925 GMT), 290,000 shares of AIK Banka were traded at 2,850 dinars per share," Zoran Grubacic, head of Beo Monet brokerage, told SeeNews over the phone.
"In the second transaction at 1136 local time (1036 GMT), 127,292 shares were traded at 2,870 dinars per share," Grubacic said.
The Belgrade bourse's blue-chip BELEX15 index picked up 1.93% to 770.7 points after dropping 3.83% a day earlier.
The broader BELEXline index added 1.0% to 1,470.40 points after sinking 2.79% on Tuesday.
The joint SRX index of the bourses in Belgrade and Vienna advanced 2.23% to 346,24 on Wednesday.
Komercijalna Banka added 2.85% to 34,000 dinars in the second highest turnover of 16 million dinars.
Univerzal Banka followed with a turnover of 15.7 million dinars. Shares gained 4.5% to 7,824 dinars.
Food company Fidelinka paced the advancers. Shares were up 5.42% to 350 dinars.
Edible oil producer Vital was the day’s biggest decliner. Shares slid 7.7% to 1,355 dinars.
Decliners outnumbered gainers 26 to 19, while the shares of 20 companies ended unchanged on Wednesday.
(1 euro= 93.4656 Serbian dinars)
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