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Nov 28, 2017 17:44 EEST
November 28 (SeeNews) - Trading turnover on the Bulgarian Stock Exchange (BSE) soared on Tuesday on the back of deals in shares of Texim Bank [BUL:5CP], real estate investment company Velgraf Asset Management [BUL:1VX] and Capital Concept Limited (CCL) [BUL:WCO].
BSE's total trading turnover amounted to 5.8 million levs ($3.52 million/2.96 million euro) on Tuesday, sharply up from 1.8 million levs on Monday. Trading in shares of Texim Bank, Velgraf Asset Management and CCL generated a combined turnover of 5.5 million levs.
Sirma Group Holding [BUL:SKK] rose the most among the blue chips on the BSE on Tuesday, bourse data showed. Sirma Group Holding closed 3.30% higher at 1.033 levs ($0.80/0.67 euro) as 1,538 shares changed hands.
The BSE's blue-chip SOFIX index added 0.21% to 667.39 points on Tuesday after going down 0.20% on Monday.
The broader BGBX40 index, which tracks the 40 most traded shares on the BSE, increased by 0.25% to 130.56 points, after falling by 0.30% on Monday.
The BG-REIT index, which tracks the performance of real estate investment trusts, edged up 0.04% to 113.72 points on Tuesday. On Monday, the index closed 0.05% higher.
The BG TotalReturn30 index, in which companies with a free float of at least 10% have equal weight, added 0.25% to 545.46 points, following a 0.16% decrease on Monday.
Industrial conglomerate Chimimport [BUL:6C4] was the top blue-chip decliner on Tuesday, closing 0.99% lower at 1.7 levs. The company was also the most traded blue-chip as 8,934 of its shares changed hands at an average price of 1.706 levs.
(1 euro = 1.95583 levs)
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