The trading week on the Belgrade Stock Exchange began with a sharp drop in turnover, News
The trading week on the Belgrade Stock Exchange started depressingly, with a strong drop in turnover, which today amounted to 9.5 thousand euros, and with a further weakening of stock exchange indices.
The BELEX 15 index sank a quarter of a percent to 775.57 points, and BELEXline fell 0.2 percent to 1,644.98 points.
Investment activity failed in both the Open Market and the MTP market.
The most traded stock on the Open Market was Fintel Energy with a turnover of less than 1.700 euros, with a price drop of 2.4 percent to 5 euros.
The oil industry of Serbia weakened by half a percent and closed the day at 5 euros, with sales above 800 euros, while Globos Insurance remained at the level of 3.5 euros, and it was traded for 800 euros.
The company Pomoravlje from Nis, which is engaged in the production of paints and varnishes, fell by 1.7 percent to 2.3 euros on the Multilateral Trading Platform, and realized a turnover below 1.700 euros, while Jugoprevoz from Krusevac was traded for 1.700 euros at the unchanged price of 22 euros.
Foreign investors had a share of 3.12 percent in the total turnover on the stock market, 6.24 percent in the purchase, and did not participate in the sale.
Government debt securities were not traded on the Stock Exchange, Dnevnik reports.
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