Simonds Farsons Cisk declines from its multi-year high
Just under 52,000 shares were negotiated in Simonds Farsons Cisk dragging the equity 1.92% lower from its multi-year high of €2.60 to close at €2.55.
A single deal of 100,000 MaltaPost shares was struck during Tuesday’s session dragging the equity 1.9% lower to close at €1.03.
FIMBank placed as the best performer of the week as the equity edged up 2% across three deals to close at US$1.02.
RS2 returned back to its all-time high of €0.91 on a total volume of 17,375 shares.
Major Banks moved in opposite directions with HSBC recovering all of the previous session’s losses, up 0.73% to close at €2.75 whilst Bank of Valletta declined by 1.44% on a turnover of 21,480 shares to end the day at €2.26,5.
Malta International Airport edged down 0.55% on a total volume of 5,013 shares to finish the second session of the week at €1.80.
Crimsonwing traded in high volumes as 61,838 shares were negotiated without affecting the last traded price of €0.54 whilst 6pm Holdings continued to trade at its 52-week high of £0.45.
Activity was also registered in Lombard Bank, GO, International Hotel Investments and Plaza Centres with all of them closing at their last traded prices.
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