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The General Index closed at 98.23 points, marking a slight increase of 0.04%

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The FTSE/CySE 20 Index closed at 59.34 points, recording gains of 0.05%.

The Cyprus Stock Exchange closed on Wednesday with a slight increase, entering February with a positive sign. The General Index closed at 98.23 points, marking a slight increase of 0.04%. The value of transactions amounted to €64,082.

The FTSE/CySE 20 Index closed at 59.34 points, recording gains of 0.05%.

As for individual stock exchanges indices, only the Alternative Market index recorded losses of 0.21%, while the Hotels index remained unchanged. On the contrary, the indices of the Main Market recorded gains of 0.26% and of Investment Companies by 1.88%.

The biggest investment interest was attracted by the securities of Bank of Cyprus with €26,719 (closing price €2.04 – down 0.49%), Demetra Holdings with €14,078 (closing price €0.50 – up 2.06%), of Hellenic Bank with €6,476 (closing price €1.57 – no change), Blue Island with €5,746 (closing price €0.94 – up 9.94%) and Louis with €2,749 (closing price €0.08 – up 1.20%).

Of the shares traded, 4 moved up and 4 down. The number of transactions reached 71.

Furthermore, the Stock Exchange mentions in its announcement its decision to delete the bonds of the company Tristone Healthcare Bond Designated Activity Company, from the Bond Market of the Regulated Market where they are listed. This decision was taken because the bonds in question have been redeemed/repaid in full and therefore no longer exist.

The date of their deletion from the Stock Exchange's systems will be announced at a later stage and after the company has completed its pending matters.

In addition, the Stock Exchange announces the continuation of the trading suspension of the securities of the company Pandora Consultancy Services Plc (NEW Market). This decision was taken in accordance with Article 183 of the Law on Securities and the Cyprus Stock Exchange, as long as the reasons that impose the continuation of the suspension of trading of the company's securities, due to non-observance of the obligation for Clearing Agency services, non-submission of the Annual Financial Report for the year ended 12/31/2021 and non-submission of the Semi-Annual Financial Report for the period ended 6/30/2022.

The continuation of the trading suspension will be effective from February 7 2023. It is noted that the trading suspension will last for 2 months (ie until April 7, 2023) or sooner if the company complies with its outstanding continuing obligations.

Furthermore, the Stock Exchange announces the continuation of the trading suspension of the securities of the company Ch. Charilaou Group Plc, following a decision of the Capital Market Commission which was taken based on the authority granted to it by article 70(2)(m) of the Investment Services and Activities and Regulated Markets Law of 2017, as applicable from time to time.

The Capital Market Commission decided, as requested by the CSE Council, to suspend the trading of the shares of the said company on the CSE from February 1, 2023, until its compliance and at the latest until March 31, 2023.

< p>The Commission reached the above decision because the above company has not complied with its obligation to publish its Annual Financial Report for the year ending on December 31, 2021 as well as its Half-Yearly Financial Report for the period ending on 30 June 2022, as a result of which investors are not provided with the required information on the financial situation of the company in question.

Source: www.kathimerini.com.cy

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