RS2 hits a fresh all-time high of €0.85
RS2 started the week in positive territory as the equity registered an increase of 3.66% to touch a fresh all-time high of €0.85.
On the other hand, Island Hotels Group sustained a decline of 1.43% to close at a new all-time low of €0.69 with outstanding offers further lower at €0.68,5.
Malita Investments edged up 1.96% on a single deal of 14,000 shares to close at its all-time high of €0.52.
Crimsonwing gave back part of its recent gains shedding 3.51% on a turnover of 26,000 shares to close at the €0.55 level.
Three deals were executed in MaltaPost shares pushing the equity 2.17% higher to close at a 32-week high of €0.94.
Simonds Farsons Cisk edged down 2c on its first deal but was fully recovered by the end of the day to close unchanged at its multi-year high of €2.50.
GO moved in further positive territory gaining 0.82% across five deals to close at a 52-week high of €1.23.
Bank of Valletta moved lower for the fourth consecutive session, down 0.41% to close at a two-week low of €2.40.
HSBC Bank and Lombard Bank finished the session unchanged at €2.74 and €1.86 respectively.
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