The trade on the Bulgarian Stock Exchange (BSE) picked up on Tuesday and most indexes ended the day higher: SOFIX (+0.46%, to 410.16 points), BG REIT (+0.96%, to 48.17 points) and BG TR30 (+0.52%, to 335.23 points). BG40 was the only decliner slipping by 0.02% to 126.48 points.
BSE's overall turnover came close to 1.67 mln leva. A total of 63 issues were traded on the day with 28 of the companies posting stock price gains.
Bulgarian-American Credit Bank's stock price went up by 7.19% to 5.499 leva per share on Tuesday after Gramercy, the second biggest shareholder in the bank, asked for the capital increase to be carried out at an issue price of 7.5 leva per share instead of the 4 leva offered by CSIF.
The big volume trade on the position of Eurohold Bulgaria continued today. More than 168,000 shares in the company changed hands on the day. The stock price went down by 0.24% to 1.247 leva apiece. Expat Capital acquired 20% of Eurohold's capital on Monday at a price of 1.215 leva per share, or a total of 26 mln leva.
The news on dividend distribution helped Blagoevgrad-BT's stock price go up 6.18% to 53.09 leva per share. Sofia-BT's stock price remained unchanged at 47 leva per share, while Bulgartabac-Holding closed 2.49% up at 36.9 leva per share.
A total of 10 600 shares in EMKA traded hands on Tuesday. The stock added 0.24% to its price closing at 2.09 leva.
Holding Roads' stock depreciated by to 3.84% to 0.476 leva.
A total of 501,750 shares in ELARG Agricultural Land Opportunity Fund REIT changed hands at a price of 0.63 leva apiece. The stock depreciated by 0.16% on the day. Advance Terrafond gained 2.33% to 1.494 leva per share.