All four indexes of the Bulgarian Stock Exchange (BSE) posted gains in the first session of the week. SOFIX advanced by 3.43%, to 458.41 points. The broader BG 40 gained 1.63%, to 127.76 points. BG REIT and BG TR30 closed 0.82% and 2.52% up at 43.13 points and 341.48 points, respectively.
BSE's overall turnover came to nearly 2 mln leva. The value of the over-the-counter trades exceeded 187,000 leva as at 2:10 p.m.
A total of 310 015 shares in Central Cooperative Bank traded hands on the day at prices ranging between 1.61 and 1.67 leva apiece. The stock appreciated by nearly 4%, to 1.63 leva per share.
The other three actively traded banks posted advances as follows: First Investment Bank (+3.28%, to 3.15 leva), Bulgarian_american Credit Bank (+1.19%, to 14.51 leva) and Corporate Commercial Bank (+4.33%, to 54.25 leva).
A total of 142,584 preferred shares in Chimimport traded hands on the day. The stock appreciated by 0.58%, to 2.60 leva per share. The common stock of the company ended the day up 2.95%, to 2.69 leva per share.
Sopharma's stock price went up by 1.87%, to 3.83 leva per share. The traded volume on the position amounted to 26,448 shares.
Lead & Zinc Complex gained 1.75%, to 14.34 leva after 1,205 shares traded. Orgachim was among today's decliners. The stock of the company depreciated by 1.98%, to 99.00 leva per share.
Infrastructure companies ended the day mixed. Holding Roads shed 3.87%, to 3.95 leva, Mostrstroy gained 4.62%, to 5.44 leva, while Trace Group Hold slipped by 0.61%, to 74.35 leva.
Eurohold Bulgaria's stock added 2.47% to its value, closing at 1.50 leva per share, while Euroins gained 3.95% to 1.71 leva.
М+S Hydraulic's stock price jumped by 6.36% to 4.00 leva per share. A total of 8,700 shares in the company traded hands on the day. Kaolin advanced by 4.17%, to 5.00 leva per share.