6pm Holdings hits a two-year high of £0.45
6pm Holdings placed as the best performer for the day as the equity edged up 4.65% to close at a two-year high of £0.45.
On the other hand, Grand Harbour Marina sustained the biggest loss after the equity declined by 3.54% to close at €1.91 with buyers forfeiting the net interim dividend of €0.12 per share.
HSBC Bank moved lower as fresh supply entered the market dragging the equity 1.81% lower to close at €2.72 whilst Bank of Valletta continued to trade at its 52-week high of €2.30.
MIDI moved in positive territory for the fourth consecutive session up 1.29% to close at a 36-week high of €0.31,5.
GO closed a fraction of a cent lower at €1.39,9 on a turnover of 2,100 shares.
A single deal was executed in Middlesea Insurance shares at the last traded price of €0.90 whilst trading in Lombard Bank exceeding the 20,000 mark with the share price closing unchanged at €1.89.
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