FIMBank shares trade in high volumes
FIMBank traded in high volumes as 380,500 shares were negotiated across six deals dragging the equity 3.45% lower to close at US$0.98.
Bank of Valletta recovered part of the previous session’s losses up 0.9% on a total turnover of 39,912 shares to close the last session of the week at €2.25.
GO registered an increase of 0.71% on a total turnover of 10,000 shares to close at a 52-week high of €1.41 after trading as low as €1.38,5 during session.
Lombard Bank registered its first deals following the announcement of the 2012 annual financial results with 6,260 shares exchanging hands and the share price closing unchanged at €1.91,5.
MaltaPost edged down 0.97% on a total volume of 65,000 shares to finish Friday’s session at €1.02.
One single deal was executed in RS2 shares without affecting the last traded price of €0.90,5.
The MSE index finished the week in negative territory down 0.25% or 8.294 index points to 3315.828.
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