Five Stocks Make for 13% of BSE Turnover in February

Five Stocks Make for 13% of BSE Turnover in February

A trend has been established on the Bulgarian Stock Exchange (BSE) for newly-listed companies to become the most liquid stocks on the capital market. Some of the examples so far are Trace Group Hold, Chimimport, Monband Eurohold Bulgaria. Trace Group was among the most traded stocks in January and February 2008 (the number of deals on the position stood at 1,019 in February). Chimimport, Monbat and Eurohold Bulgaria have been among the most liquid stocks since their listing on BSE.

Similar is the case with Enemona, which became the most liquid public company in February, according to BSE's monthly bulletin. The secondary trade in the stock of the company started in January.

A total of 460,438 shares in Enemona traded hands in 3,391 deals sealed on BSE during the past month. The turnover on the position amounted to 9.09 million leva (4.64 million euro), accounting for 4% of BSE's monthly turnover.

Chimimport was the second most liquid stock on BSE in February with 2,042 transactions. A total of 587,429 shares in the holding company were traded in February, while the turnover on the position amounted to 6.49 million leva (3.31 million euro). The figure made for 3% of BSE's turnover for the month.

Eurohold Bulgaria occupied the number three spot among BSE's most liquid stocks in February. A total of 625,555 shares in Eurohold traded hands in 1,857 deals during the month. The total turnover on the position amounted to 3.52 million leva (1.79 million euro) or 1.7% of BSE turnover for February.

Monbat ranked fourth with 187,287 shares transferred in 1,493 deals in February. The turnover on the position amounted to 5.24 million leva (2,67 million euro), making for 2,5% of BSE's turnover for the month.

Holding Patishta also made the ranking of BSE's most liquid companies for February. A total of 3,695 shares in the company were trasferred in 1,206 transactions during the month. The total turnover of the position amounted to 4.37 million leva (2.23 million euros), or 2.1% of BSE's total turnover.

The stock split carried out by Holding Patishta had a positive effect on the trading activitiy and the company has been among BSE's five most liquid stocks since January.

The total value of the deals sealed in the five stocks mentioned above accounted for 13.3% of BSE's total turnover for February. .

Enemona's stock has depreciated by 1.18% to 19.22 leva per share since the beginning of today's trading session. Chimimport has lost 0,55% to an avarage of 10.85 per share, while Eurohold Bulgaria is 0,35% down to 5.63 leva per share.

Holding Patishta was 0.57% down to 1,177.92 per share in early trade, while Monbat's stock price advanced by 0,11% to an average of 28.3 leva per share.

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