The General Index fell to 110.94 points showing daily losses of 0.26%, pushed down mainly by the losses in Hellenic Bank securities
The FTSE/CySE 20 Index lost 0.27%, closing at 67.07 points.
The Stock Exchange closed on Friday with small losses, completing a week of downward trend. The General Index fell to 110.94 points showing daily losses of 0.26%, pushed down mainly by the losses in Hellenic Bank securities.
The FTSE/CySE 20 Index showed losses, at a rate of 0.27%, closing at 67.07 units. The daily turnover was €941,740. The performance for the week was -4.81%, after the big gains of the previous week.
Individual stock indices closed with losses, with the exception of the Hotels sector, which did not show any change. The biggest losses were presented by Investment Companies with 0.81%, followed by the Main Market with 0.26% and the Alternative Market with 0.19%.
The greatest investment interest was attracted by the securities of Hellenic Bank with €697,260 (down 1.11% – closing price €1.78). Bank of Cyprus shares followed with €127,431 (no change – closing price €2.65), Logicom Public Ltd with €45,341 (up 1.87% – closing price €2.18), Salamis Tours (Holdings) Ltd with €30,802 (down 0.54% – closing price €1.85) and of Vassilikos Cement with €6,600 (down 0.75% – closing price €2.64).
Of the shares that were traded, only two moved up, six down and three unchanged. The number of transactions amounted to 213.