BELGRADE (Serbia), December 23 (SeeNews) – Serbian shares continued their downhill trend in increased turnover on Wednesday, Belgrade Stock Exchange (BELEX) data showed.
The bourse's blue-chip BELEX15 index shed 0.89% to 635.09 points on Wednesday after sliding 0.75% in the previous trading session.
The broader BELEXline retreated 0.79% to 1,244.57 points after pulling back 0.75% on Tuesday.
The joint SRX index of the bourses in Belgrade and Vienna dropped 0.73% to 279.64.
Twenty-four issues lost ground, nine climbed while the share prices of 24 companies remained flat on Wednesday.
Total turnover on the BELEX surged to 170 million dinars ($1.8 million/2.5 million euro) from 65.9 million dinars on Tuesday.
Blue chip AIK Banka lost 1.73% to close at 2,439 dinars in the highest turnover of 55.3 million dinars.
In single price trading, metals producer Utva Silosi traded flat at 4,541 dinars in the second highest turnover of 15.3 million dinars. Port operator Luka Leget also remained unchanged at 2,325 dinars in the third highest turnover of 10.3 million dinars.
Construction firm Jedinstvo Sevojno led the gains, climbing 4.53% to 6,650 dinars.
Drug maker Velefarm, which paced the decliners, tumbled 10.36% to end at 1,160 dinars.
(1 euro = 96.4887 Serbian dinars)
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