Major banks register declines
HSBC moved in further negative territory down 1.11% across five deals to close at €2.67 whilst Bank of Valletta edged down 0.46% on a turnover of 21,402 shares to finish Tuesday’s session at a three-week low of €2.36.
Two deals were executed in Lombard shares pushing the equity 0.56% higher to close at €1.81.
MIDI placed as the best performer of the day with the share price increasing by 6% across two deals to close at a two-month high of €0.26,5.
International Hotel Investments also registered gains as the equity recorded an increase of 2.41% to close at €0.85.
MaltaPost sustained the largest decline with the equity declining by 5.56% to end the session at €0.85.
Just under 10,000 shares were negotiated in FIMBank and the share price declining by 3.61% to close at a four-week low of US$0.80.
RS2 gave back all of the previous session’s gains, down 2.78% to close back at the €0.70 level.
Seven Malta Government Stocks were active with a nominal of 2.1 million being executed across ten deals for a total value of €2,334,882.
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