The General Index closed at 100.58 points, registering a daily increase of 0.58%
The FTSE/CySE 20 Index gained 0.60% to close at 60.74 points. The daily turnover was €178,665.
Profits for the second consecutive session were presented this week by the CSE, with the General Index closing on Tuesday at 100.58 points, registering a daily increase of 0.58%.
The FTSE Index/CySE 20 recorded gains of 0.60%, closing at 60.74 points. The daily turnover was €178,665.
Today's rise is mainly due to the significant gains in Hellenic Bank shares, while Bank of Cyprus came under pressure after Monday's big gains.
< p>Of the individual stock market indexes, the Main Market and the Investment Companies registered an increase with 1.15% and 0.77% respectively. The Hotels index did not register a change, while the Alternative Market showed losses, at a rate of 0.83%.
Bank of Cyprus securities attracted the most investment interest with €85,701 (down 0.46% – price closing €2.18). The shares of Hellenic Bank followed with €36,724 (up 3.80% – closing price €1.64), Demetra Holdings Plc with €26,823 (up 0.82% – closing price €0.49), Petrolina (Holdings ) Public with €12,418 (up 0.84% - closing price €1.20) and Logicom Public Ltd (up 0.50% – closing price €2.00).
Of the shares that were traded, six moved up, four down, while two remained unchanged. The number of transactions amounted to 112.