The General Index closed at 131.47 points showing gains of 0.11%
The Cyprus Stock Exchange closed on Thursday with a marginal increase. The General Index closed at 131.47 points, showing gains of 0.11%.
The FTSE/CySE 20 Index showed gains of 0.13%, closing at 79.81 units. The value of transactions amounted to €180,938.
Of the individual stock market indices, the biggest gains were recorded by Hotels with an increase of 1.18%, followed by the Main Market with an increase of 0.55 %. The Alternative Market closed with a fall of 0.66%, while the Investment Market closed unchanged.
The biggest investment interest was attracted by the shares of Bank of Cyprus with €101,668 (no change – closing price €2.90), KEO with €25,592 (down 4.14% – closing price €1.62), Atlantic Insurance with € 16,650 (up 1.21% – closing price €1.67), Salamis Tours at €7,480 (down 3.61% – closing price €3.74) and Louis PLC at €5,693 (up 6.99% – closing price €0.07).
Of the stocks traded, six advanced, three declined and six remained unchanged. The number of transactions amounted to 74.
Furthermore, the Council of the Cyprus Stock Exchange (CSE), following the publication and publication of the Annual Financial Report of the company Meditrina Cyprus Plc (NEW Market) for the year ending on 31/12/2022, decided in accordance with paragraph 2.2.7 of KDP 379/2014 to remove from the securities of the company in question, the marking (S) from the trading tables and price bulletins of the CSE, since the reason that led to the presentation of the marking in its values, has disappeared. The above decision of the Stock Exchange Council will come into force from Monday, September 18, 2023.
He also announced that he has requested the approval of the Capital Market Commission based on the provisions of its Legislation, for the deletion of the securities of the company Ch. Charilaou Group Plc from the Regulated Market of the Stock Exchange. The Council has taken this decision, for the reason that the conditions for the smooth operation of the stock market on the securities of the company in question have disappeared and its important ongoing obligations are not being met, so that the interests of investors are put at risk.
It also validated, based on Article 184 of the CSE Law, the decision to continue suspending the trading of the securities of the company C.O. Opportunity Energy Public Company Ltd as announced on 11 September 2023.
It is recalled that the continuation of the trading suspension will last for 2 months (ie until 14 November 2023) or earlier if the company complies with its outstanding ongoing obligations, as already announced.
He also announced the continuation of the suspension of trading of the securities of the company Global Digital Services Plc (N.E.A . Agora), for an additional two months, i.e. until November 14, 2023.