September 29 (SeeNews) - Slovenian share indices crept up on Tuesday in higher turnover, data of the Ljubljana Stock Exchange (LJSE) showed.
The blue-chip SBITOP index edged up 0.22% to 1,050.69 points and the broader SBI20 index added 0.18% to 4,273.59 points.
On Monday, the SBITOP fell 0.30% and the SBI20 was down 0.45%.
Two of the eight SBITOP components closed lower on Tuesday, and six ended up.
Blue chip Telekom Slovenije ended 0.79% lower at an average price of 151.03 euro ($220) and rubber-to-tourism holding company Sava fell 1.57% to close at 230 euro.
Drug maker Krka, a SBITOP heavyweight, was the most liquid company on Tuesday as 23,920 of its shares changed hands, ending 0.21% higher at an average price of 71.83 euro.
LJSE's total turnover jumped to 5.0 million euro from Monday’s 1.1 million euro.