Malta International Airport hits a multi-year high of €1.90
Malta International Airport was the only equity to register gains as the share price registered an increase of 5.56% to hit a multi-year high of €1.90.
Major bank moved lower as HSBC Bank edged down a fraction of a cent on a turnover of 35,000 shares to close at €2.74,9 whilst Bank of Valletta sustained a decline of 1.33% to close at a five-week low of €2.23.
Two deals were struck in FIMBank shares dragging the share price 0.49% lower to finish Thursday’s session at US$1.01,5.
RS2 was the most actively traded equity of the day as 71,667 shares were negotiated and the share price declining by 0.55% to close at €0.90,5.
Malita Investments registered its first deals for the week with both being executed at the last traded price of €0.51.
A single deal was executed in Plaza Centres and MIDI at the previous session’s closing prices.
No change was registered in GO share price with three deals being executed for a total value of €7,000.
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