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Nov 03, 2017 18:32 EEST
November 3 (SeeNews) - The shares of five Croatian companies, members of indebted concern Agrokor, slumped on Friday after trading in them resumed on the Zagreb Stock Exchange after a six-month pause, bourse data showed.
Water bottling company Jamnica [ZSE:JMNC-R-A], food producer Ledo [ZSE:LEDO-R-A] and margarine maker Zvijezda [ZSE:ZVZD-R-A] saw their share prices plummet by over 80%.
Shares of food company Belje [ZSE:BLJE-R-A] and agricultural conglomerate Vupik [ZSE:VPIK-R-A] lost over 50% each.
Trading in the shares of those companies was halted on April 27, after they failed to publish on time their audited 2016 financial statements and first quarter 2017 reports due to the financial crisis in food-to-retail concern Agrokor.
Detailed end-day bourse data follows:
(1 euro=7.52947 kuna)
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