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LJUBLJANA (Slovenia), April 30 (SeeNews) – Slovenian port operator Luka Koper [LJE:LKPG] recorded the biggest gains in its share price among the blue-chip companies on the Ljubljana Stock Exchange on Tuesday, bourse data showed.
On Monday, Luka Koper said that it plans to distribute a gross dividend of 1.33 euro ($1.5) per share. The shareholders of the company will vote on the dividend payout proposal at a general meeting scheduled for June 28.
Luka Koper's stock closed at 28.0 euro, up 1.82%.
The biggest blue-chip loser on Tuesday was Slovenian financial group KD [LJE:KDHR], as its shares closed 3.53% lower at 82.0 euro.
The SBITOP index, which tracks the most liquid and capitalised stocks on the LJSE, closed 0.37% higher at 887.95 points on Tuesday.
Total trading turnover on the Ljubljana bourse fell to 386,700 euro ($431,737) from 497,130 euro on Monday.
Nova Ljubljanska Banka [LJE: NLB] contributed the most – 120,380 euro - to Tuesday's total trading turnover on the LJSE.
($ = 0.89558 euro)