The week on BSE started with declining indexes and low turnover volumes. SOFIX lost the most (-0.68%, 433.80 points), followed by BG40 (-0.65%, 129.80 points), BGREIT (-0.65%, 50.24 points) and BGTR30 (-0.58%, 352.42 points).
Total turnover stood at 490 835 leva, which is much lower than what we have seen in the past three months. Just 54 stocks were traded today, 17 of which advanced, and 7 remained unchanged.
The pressure on banks stocks continued today - Central Cooperative Bank (0.77%, 1.677 leva), FIBank (-1.51%, 3.25 leva) and BACB (-3.41%, 8.50 leva).
Monbat posted a solid gain of 5.79% to 7.29 leva/share.
Eurohold Bulgaria was also among gainers (+1.15%). The stock closed at 0.967 leva.
FNI Bulgaria remained flat at 0.675 leva after a little over 61 000 shares traded hands. FNI Bulgaria is the new component in SOFIX, together with Corporate Commercial Bank. The stock of the latter was not traded today.
Zarneni Hrani Bulgaria (+2.56%, 0.642 leva) and BACB were taken out of the index.