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Serbian Share Indices Tick Down, Volumes Fall

Nov 11, 2009, 6:35:11 PMArticle by Georgi Georgiev
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November 11 (SeeNews) - The Serbian share indices on Wednesday ticked down in shrinking volumes, bourse data showed.

Serbian Share Indices Tick Down, Volumes Fall

The Belgrade bourse's blue-chip BELEX15 index edged down 0.45% to 770.93 points after ticking up 0.76% on Tuesday.

The broader BELEXline index slid 0.20% to 1,471.92 points after picked up 0.3% a day earlier.

The joint SRX index of the bourses in Belgrade and Vienna fell 0.31% to 346.67 on Wednesday.

Total turnover decreased to 54 million dinars ($862,489/573,731 euro) from 84 million dinars on Tuesday.

Shares of water bottler Heba remained flat at 672 dinars in the day's highest turnover of 20.2 million dinars.

In single-price auction trading, welding institute Zavod za Zavarivanje gained 1.90% to 7,200 dinars in the session's second highest turnover of 12.5 million dinars.

Blue chip AIK Banka shed 0.49% to end at 2,865 dinars in the third highest turnover of 3.6 million dinars.

Pupin Telecom paced the losers, tumbling 5.05% to 282 dinars.

Transport company Lasta posted the biggest advancement, surging 9.71% to 768 dinars.

Fallers outnumbered climbers 24 to 17, while the shares of 18 companies remained flat on Wednesday.

(1 euro= 94.1208 Serbian dinars)

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