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The CSE closed on Friday with marginal losses, a weekly increase

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The General Index closed at 136.33 points, down 0.30%

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The Cyprus Stock Exchange registered marginal losses in today's last meeting of the week.

The General Index closed at 136.33 points, registering a drop of 0.30%. The value of the transactions was €75,760.64. On a weekly basis it rose by 0.64% or 0.86 points.

The FTSE/CySE 20 Index closed at 82.75 points, registering a loss of 0. 30%.

As for the individual stock market indexes, losses were recorded by the indexes as a whole, with the Investors index recording losses at a rate of 0.69%, followed by the Alternative 0.42%, the Main Market 0.30% and the Hotels 0.24%.

The biggest investment interest was attracted by the securities of Salamis Tours (Holdings) with €13,888,8000 (closing price €3,4800 – no change), Atlantic Insurance with €12,040,0000 (closing price €1,7200 – up 0.58%), Logicom with €8,115,8000 (closing price €2.9800 – down 0.67%), Hellenic Bank with €7,369,3000 (closing price €2.2600 – down 0.44%) and Demetra Holdings with €6,140,1600 (closing price €0.7050 – down 0.70%) .

Of the stocks traded, 5 moved up, 8 moved down and 4 remained unchanged. The number of transactions reached 84.

In the meantime, the Cyprus Stock Exchange, following its previous announcements regarding the company Dome Investments Public Company Ltd, announced the lifting of the trading suspension of the company's securities from today, Friday, as the reasons for the trading suspension have disappeared, after the submission and publication of its pending financial results.

Also, the Cyprus Stock Exchange, following its previous announcements regarding the company A. Tsokkos Hotels Public Ltd, announced the lifting of the suspension trading of the company's securities from today, Friday, as the reasons for the suspension of trading have disappeared, after the submission and publication of its pending financial results.

Furthermore, the Cyprus Stock Exchange (CSE) has announced that there will be no Exchange Meetings nor Clearing/Financial Settlement of transactions on December 25 and 26, 2023 as well as January 1, 2024, which are Public Holidays.

Source: www.kathimerini.com.cy

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