Bank of Valletta hits a 52-week high of €2.49,8
Bank of Valletta registered an increase of 7.44% on its first trading session following the announcement of the annual financial results to close at a 52-week high of €2.49,8. 153,436 shares were negotiated across 60 deals.
HSBC Bank added 1.41% to its value with 23,260 shares exchanging hands across ten deals to close at €2.79,9.
GO recorded two deals with a total value of €4,034 pushing the equity 1% higher to end Monday’s session at €1.01.
6pm was the only equity to register losses during Monday’s session with the share price declining by 3.13% on a single deal of 4,300 shares to close at £0.31.
Deals were also executed in Lombard, MaltaPost and RS2 with all equities closing unchanged at €1.86, €0.72 and €0.60 respectively.
The MSE index registered an increase of 2.15% to close at a 15-month high of 3272.80.
14 Malta Government Stocks were active during Monday’s session with a nominal of 831,381 exchanging hands across 44 deals for a total value of €884,682.
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