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Oct 05, 2022 15:40 EEST
October 5 (SeeNews) - A total of 44,741 shares of North Macedonia's construction company Granit [MSE:GRNT] changed hands in two block transactions worth 69 million denars ($1.1 million/1.1 million euro) combined on the stock exchange in Skopje, bourse data showed.
The shares traded at 1,544 denars each in the two block deals concluded on October 3, Macedonian Stock Exchange (MSE) data showed on Monday.
The parties to the deals were not disclosed.
Granit's share capital is divided into 3,071,377 shares of 5 euro in par value each. They last changed hands in regular trading on Tuesday at an average price of 1,534 denars, according to the most recent bourse data available.
Skopje-based Granit was established as a state-owned company in 1952 and privatised in 1996. Its main activities include construction and rehabilitation of roads. The company owns several concrete and asphalt plants and stone quarries.
(1 euro = 62.08 denars)
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