Skopje Stock Exchange’s premier index down 6.5% in trading week ended February 25
SKOPJE (North Macedonia), February 25 (SeeNews) – The Skopje Stock Exchange’s premier MBI-10 index closed at 5,869.12 points on Friday, down 6.5% from its value of closed at 6,274.88 points on Feb. 18, stock market data showed.
The exchange suspended trading for half an hour on Thursday after the MBI-10 index fell 8.39%, following a collapse in global stock markets due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The turnover on the official market of the Macedonian Stock Exchange (MSE) during the trading week from February 21 to 25 amounted to 173.1 million denars (3.2 million dollars / 2.8 million euros) this week, compared to 104 million denars last week.
Komercijalna Banka [MSE:KMB] contributed most of the trading turnover on the MSE this week of 92.8 million denars, as 7,847 of the lender’s shares changed hands in a total of 291 transactions.
The MSE’s OMB bond index closed at 133.43 points, down from its closing value of 133.49 on February 18.
The closing prices of the shares follow (in denar):
|February 25||February 18|
|Komercijalna Banka [MSE:KMB]||12,294||12,698|
|Stopanska Banka – Skopje [MSE:STB]||1,402||1,549|
|TTK Banka AD Skopje [MSE:TTK]||1,399||1,350|
|Telecom Makedonski [MSE:TEL]||359||364|
|NLB Bank [MSE:TNB]||28,000||29,899|
|Stopanska Banka – Bitola [MSE:SBT]||2,970||3,244|
(1 euro = 61.31 denar)
Komercijalna Banka AD Skopje is one of the biggest banks in SEE, for more references see top 100 banks