Prime index of the Skopje Stock Exchange rises slightly in the trading week ended February 11
SKOPJE (North Macedonia), February 11 (SeeNews) – The Skopje Stock Exchange’s premier MBI-10 index closed at 6,336.53 points on Friday, up 0.8% from its value of closed at 6,287.04 points on Feb. 4, stock market data showed.
Turnover on the official Macedonian Stock Exchange (MSE) market fell to 170.7 million denars ($3.2 million/2.8 million euros) this week from 238.7 million denars last week.
Komercijalna Banka [MSE:KMB] contributed most of the trading turnover on the MSE this week of 81.1 million denars, as 6,256 of the lender’s shares changed hands in a total of 255 transactions.
The MSE’s OMB bond index closed at 133.70 points, unchanged from its February 4 closing value.
The closing prices of the shares follow (in denar):
|February 11th||February 4|
|Komercijalna Banka [MSE:KMB]||12,900||12,845|
|Stopanska Banka – Skopje [MSE:STB]||1,599||1,504|
|TTK Banka AD Skopje [MSE:TTK]||1,390||1,358|
|Telecom Makedonski [MSE:TEL]||369||365|
|NLB Bank [MSE:TNB]||29,300||29,500|
|Stopanska Banka – Bitola [MSE:SBT]||3,150||3,234|
(1 euro = 61.57 denars)
Komercijalna Banka AD Skopje is one of the biggest banks in SEE, for more references see top 100 banks