The index of the most liquid shares Belex15 on the Belgrade Stock Exchange increased by half a percent last week and amounted to 872.2 points, the Momentum Securities brokerage announced today.
“The turnover was extremely small, less than EUR 170 thousand, it was not even increased by the trading of government bonds,” the announcement stated.
The share of Naftna industrija Srbije (NIS) was traded the most, and the price increased by 2.1 percent compared to the previous week, to EUR 6.73, with trading worth EUR 39 thousand.
Since the beginning of the year, that share has brought investors a return of around 38 percent.
Priority shares of Philip Morris continued to oscillate slightly around the level of EUR 68, with a turnover of EUR 30 thousand. The dividend date on this bond is December 31st, and the expected dividend yield is around eight percent.
Shares of Dunav osiguranje ended the week at an unchanged level of EUR 8.36, with a turnover of EUR 14 thousand.
The price of the “Nikola Tesla” Airport share was EUR 14.53, with minimal change and minor trading. During the first ten months, that airport transported 6.7 million passengers, which exceeded the record traffic from the pre-pandemic period in 2019.