Bank of Valletta hits another 52-week high of €2.30
Bank of Valletta closed a fraction of a cent higher at a 52-week high of €2.30 on a turnover of 34,196 shares executed across 25 deals.
HSBC Bank moved 0.72% lower on a total volume of 11,250 shares to close at €2.77.
Malta International Airport recovered part of the previous session’s losses, up 0.84% to end Tuesday’s session at €1.80.
Middlesea Insurance and Simonds Farsons Cisk continued to trade at their 52-week high and RS2 traded once again at its all-time high of €0.91.
MIDI, which was the most traded equity of the day by volume, moved marginally higher by 0.32% to close at €0.31,1.
FIMBank closed the session flat at the US$1.00 level on a single deal of 50,000 shares.
In a company announcement, Medserv announced that the Board of Directors is due to meet on 21 March 2013 to consider and approve the Annual Financial Statements of the Company for the financial year ended 31 December 2012.
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