Stock market slides again
11. February 2008. | 16:04
The BELEX15 share index has fallen a further 2.69 percent and the BELEXline 0.62 percent in the last 5 days trading.
4,136 transactions were performed on the Belgrade stock market last week, 28.25 percent up on the previous week, worth a total of EUR 23.8mn, a fall of 19.86 percent.
The first working day of last week accounted for 36 percent of total turnover. Activity on the part of foreign investors increased from 53.93 percent the previous week to 57.54 percent, with purchases exceeding sales.
Agrokop [AGRC] from Novi Sad was the week’s biggest riser, with shares in the company rocketing 25.36 percent, followed by Telefonkabl [TLKB] (14.4 percent) and Sunca Sombor [SNCE] (14.28 percent].
At the other end of the scale, shares in Commercial Bank [KMBN] fell 13.85 percent, Banini [BNNI] 7.02 percent, and Ratko Mitrović [RMBG] 5.88 percent.
The Belgrade stock markets fell slightly less than the regional DJS Balkan 50 index that fell almost 4 percent on the previous week’s trading.