ZSE indices down, 3 stocks generate turnover of more than HRK 1 mln

The Zagreb Stock Exchange (ZSE) indices on Wednesday dropped in relation to Tuesday, with HT, the Croatian Postal Bank (HPB) and Adris being the most traded stocks, with turnovers exceeding one million kuna.

The Crobex went down by 0.22% to 1,864.99 points and the Crobex10 dropped by 0.25% to 1,086.70 points.

Regular turnover was HRK 10.6 million, around 1.55 million more than on Tuesday.

The HT telecommunications company had the highest turnover, amounting to HRK 1.56 million. The price of HT shares rose 0.41% to HRK 157.65.

The HPB stock follows with a turnover of HRK 1.43 million. Its price dropped by 3.97% to HRK 605 per share.

The preferred shares of the Adris tourism and insurance company generated a turnover of HRK 1.13 million and their price went down 2.35% to HRK 415.01.

(EUR 1 = HRK 7.475967)

Last update: Wed, 14/09/2016 - 21:33


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