Dunav osiguranje soars 10.3 pct on BELEX

Serbian government bonds remained the focus of investors on the Belgrade Stock Exchange (BELEX) on Thursday, while the stock market turnover slumped and indices saw a mixed performance.

23 Jan 2020 18:53

BELGRADE - Serbian government bonds remained the focus of investors on the Belgrade Stock Exchange (BELEX) on Thursday, while the stock market turnover slumped and indices saw a mixed performance.

The overall turnover was 637.8 mln dinars (5.4 mln euros).

The BELEX15 index dropped nearly half a percent to 799.73 points, while BELEXline rose 0.3 pct to 1,733.66 points.

Komercijalna banka common stocks saw the highest turnover - 2.7 mln dinars - but declined 2 pct to 3,296 dinars.

The petroleum company Naftna industrija Srbije slid 0.1 pct to 748 dinars and generated a turnover of over 1.2 mln dinars, while the insurance company Dunav osiguranje was the top gainer of the day, jumping 10.3 pct to 3,650 dinars, with a turnover of around 0.4 mln dinars.

The wind power company Fintel energija rose 1.5 pct, closing at 650 dinars with a 0.1 mln dinar turnover.

Two series of government bonds - one dinar-denominated and one euro-denominated - saw a total turnover of 633 mln dinars, with the dinar-denominated RSO19182 series, which matures in January 2022, generating the bulk of it - 622.7 mln dinars

Foreign investors accounted for half of the turnover on the debt security market.

(1 euro = 117.5 dinars)

Photo: Tanjug/F. Kraincanic, file

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