MARKETS: Crimsonwing down 19.23%
Crimsonwing suffered significant losses during Friday’s session due to lack of demand as two deals were negotiated, dragging the equity down by 19.23% to close at €0.21.
No deals were executed in HSBC shares for the second consecutive session while BOV registered another session of gains, up 0.48% on a turnover of 13,469 shares to close at €2.11.
One single deal was executed in GO shares pushing the equity 1.96% higher to close at €1.04.
RS2 and IHI were the two other active equities during Friday’s session with both shares closing unchanged at €0.50 and €0.80 respectively.
The MSE index finished the week at 3086.704, representing a week on week decline of 1.34%.
5 Malta Government Stocks were active during Friday’s session with a nominal of 458,359 being executed across 17 trades for a total consideration of €478,046.
This article was written by HSBC. The contents do not constitute a solicitation of the purchase or sale of securities. Although HSBC makes every reasonable effort to do so, it makes no representations that the information presented is accurate, complete or timely. Accordingly, HSBC shall not be liable for any decisions made or actions taken in reliance on such information. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future performance and the value of investments may go down as well as up.