Negative session for MIDI equity
MIDI sustained a decline of 7.14% on a turnover of 56,000 shares to close the third session of the week at a three-week low of €0.26.
MIA also traded in significant volumes as 127,000 shares exchanged hands across five deals and the share price moving 0.56% lower to €1.79.
GO edged up 0.44% to record its tenth consecutive session of gains to finish Wednesday’s session at a 19-month high of €1.37,5.
HSBC Bank continued to trade at the €2.72 with 36,020 shares exchanging hands and Bank of Valletta edged up 0.90% to close at €2.25.
Lombard Bank also closed higher, up 1.61% to close at €1.89.
Five deals were executed in MaltaPost pushing the equity 0.97% higher to end the session at €1.04.
Low trading activity in the Corporate Bonds market with 90,406 nominal swapping hands across seven deals for a total value of €92,183.
51 deals were struck in the Malta Government Stocks market with a nominal of 4.4 million being negotiated for a total consideration of €4,531,553.
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