BELGRADE (Serbia), December 17 (SeeNews) – Serbian shares extended their slide on Thursday, Belgrade stock exchange data showed.
The bourse's blue-chip BELEX15 retreated 0.56% to 644.29 points after dropping 2.02% on Wednesday.
The broader BELEXline ticked down 0.41% to 1,256.38 points on Thursday after falling 1.37% in the previous trading session.
The joint SRX index of the bourses in Belgrade and Vienna picked up 0.20% 281.93.
Total turnover on the BELEX decreased to 84 million dinars ($1.25 million/873,779 euro) from 90 million dinars on Wednesday.
Blue chip producer of cookers and household heating devices Alfa Plam pulled back 0.03% to 7,350 dinars in Thursday's highest turnover of 11 million dinars.
The preferred shares of blue chip bank Komercijalna Banka inched up 0.03% to 27,002 dinars in the second largest turnover of 8.5 million dinars.
The shares of blue-chip engineering holding company Energoprojekt were traded flat at 800 dinars in Thursday's third largest turnover of 4.7 million dinars.
Furniture maker Simpo posted the highest gain on Thursday with shares surging 7.14%, to end at 600 dinars.
Regular shares of Komercijalna Banka posted the biggest drop, sliding 10.17% to 11,045 dinars.
Fallers outnumbered gainers 27 to 12, while the share prices of 19 companies remained flat on Thursday.
(1 euro= 96.1719 Serbian dinars)
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