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Slovenian Share Indices Turn Negative in Lower Turnover

Nov 2, 2009, 6:18:57 PMArticle by Kire Nedelkovski
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November 2 (SeeNews) - Slovenian share indices turned negative in lower turnover on Monday, data of the Ljubljana Stock Exchange (LJSE) showed.

Slovenian Share Indices Turn Negative in Lower Turnover

The blue-chip SBITOP index lost 0.76% to 1,051.17 points and the broader SBI20 index fell 0.98% to 4,339.06 points.

On Friday, the SBITOP added 1.52% and the SBI20 was up 1.58%.

Three of the seven LJSE blue chips closed higher on Monday and four lost ground.

Slovenian rubber-to-tourism holding company Sava led the gainers, adding 1.67% to an average price of 205.03 euro ($303).

Drug maker Krka, a blue-chip heavyweight, was the most liquid stock in a volume of 8,834 stocks, ending 1.93% lower at an average daily price of 71.30 euro.

Lender Nova Kreditna Banka Maribor led the blue-chip decliners, closing 2.71% lower at an average daily price of 12.94 euro.

LJSE's total turnover fell to 1.1 million euro from 1.6 million euro on Friday.

($=0.6766 euro)

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