Skopje stock exchange blue chip index rises in the trading week ended January 5

SKOPJE (North Macedonia), Jan. 5 (SeeNews) – The blue-chip MBI-10 index of the Skopje stock exchange closed at 6,206.24 points on Wednesday, the last trading day of this week, up about 1% from its closing value of 6,153.48 points on December 30, according to stock market data.

The stock exchange was closed on December 31 and will be closed on January 6 and 7 for the Orthodox Christmas.

Turnover on the official Macedonian Stock Exchange (MSE) market fell to 76.8 million denars ($ 1.4 million / € 1.2 million) in three trading sessions this week, from 103.7 million denars in four trading sessions last week.

Komercijalna Banka [MSE:KMB] contributed the bulk of MSE trading revenue this week, of 36.98 million denars, as 3,090 of the lender’s shares changed hands in a total of 103 deals.

The MSE’s OMB bond index closed at 133.62 points, unchanged from its closing value on December 30.

The closing prices of the shares follow (in denars):

January 5 December 30
Komercijalna Banka [MSE:KMB] 12,000 11,600
Granite [MSE:GRNT] 1,400 1,401
Makedonijaturist [MSE:TUR] 4 810 4 850
Alkaloid [MSE:ALK] 18,400 18 170
Stopanska Banka – Skopje [MSE:STB] 1390 1370
TTK Banka AD Skopje [MSE:TTK] 1,430 1,430
Makedonski Telecom [MSE:TEL] 345 345
Makpetrol [MSE:MPT] 80,000 78,280
NLB Banka [MSE:TNB] 29,200 29,200
Stopanska Banka – Bitola [MSE:SBT] 3,100 3,100

(1 euro = 61.70 denars)

Komercijalna Banka AD Skopje is one of the largest banks in South Eastern Europe. For more references, take a look at the Top 100 Banks

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