High trading activity in International Hotel Investments
International Hotel Investments traded in high volumes as 268,319 shares were negotiated dragging the equity 2.63% lower to close at an 8-week low of €0.74.
Simonds Farsons Cisk added 1.18% to its value on a negligible turnover of 200 shares to close at a multi-year high of €2.58.
GO moved marginally higher on a turnover of 6,127 shares to end Thursday’s session at an 18-month high of €1.33,5.
A single deal was executed in Malta International Airport pushing the equity 0.84% lower to close at €1.78.
Major Banks registered gains during Thursday’s session. HSBC edged up 0.74% with turnover exceeding 5,000 shares to close at €2.72 whilst Bank of Valletta inched up 0.67% across seven deals to close at €2.26,5.
Eleven Malta Governments Stocks were active with a nominal of 2,238,774 exchanging hands across 42 deals for a total consideration of €2,362,152.
Activity in the Corporate Bonds market was spread across eleven bonds with 119,700 nominal swapping hands for a total value of €136,613.
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