Lead & Zinc Complex was the most liquid stock included in the calculation of the broader BG40 index of the Bulgarian Stock Exchange (BSE) in the period March 31 to April 4, Profit.bg data show.
Trade in Lead & Zinc Complex's stock picked up after the company posted 13.826 mln leva (7.07 mln euros) net profit for 2007. The preliminary results of the company, published in the end of January, showed 23.447 mln leva (11.98 mln euros) profit for 2007.
The company forecasts nearly 235.135 mln leva (120.22 mln euros) sales revenue for 2008, while the operating costs are expected to total 232.045 mln leva (118.64 mln euros).
A total 427 deals in Chimimport's stock were sealed in the period. The value of the transactions stood at 2.32 mln leva (1.18 mln euros). The number of deals on the position of Eurohold Bulgaria totaled 388, while the turnover stood at 516,000 leva (264,000 euros).
The number of transactions on the positions of Monbat and Petrol exceeded 300, while the turnover stood at 1.43 mln leva (731,000 euros) and 87.7 mln leva (44.84 mln euros), respectively. A total 18.84% of the capital of Petrol were sold on BSE for 87 mln leva (44.48 mln euros) last week.
A total of 17 of BG40's constituents registered over 100 deals in the period. Bulgarian American Credit Bank, Zaharni Zavodi and Holding Varna A were the least liquid stocks with 18,17 and 16 deals respectively.
A total of 5,028 deals in BG40's stocks to a total value of 108.65 mln leva (55.55 mln euros) were recorded in the period March 31 to April 1. The number of deals stood at 5,511, while the turnover amounted to 17.09 mln leva (8.73 mln euros) a week earlier.