RS2 hits an all-time high
RS2 registered an increase of 6.67% on a turnover of 24,400 shares to finish the first session of the week at an all-time high of €0.80.
Crimsonwing also had a positive session as the equity edged up 1.85% across three deals to close at a 56-month high of €0.55.
Plaza sustained a decline of 10% to place as the worst performer of the day on a significant turnover of 153,330 shares to return back to the €0.54 level.
GO inched up 0.42% to close at €1.20 with most of the deals being executed at the €1.19 level.
Bank of Valletta advanced by 1.03% to close at €2.45 with further outstanding offers at this level.
Lombard Bank was the only active equity which closed unchanged at €1.86. Six deals were executed for a total value of just under €15,000.
Fourteen Corporate Bonds were active during Monday’s session with a nominal of 163,165 exchanging hands across 22 deals for a total consideration of €194,949.
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