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  • The MSE Share Index declined a further 0.2% to 4,222.256 points, as four of the active equities closed the day lower amid weaker trading activity.  Download a copy of today’s Equity Market Summary.
  • On the bond market, the RF MGS Index dipped back to 1,135.08 points as local yields mirrored the recovered in yields across the eurozone. Yields increased on a diminished appetite for safe-haven assets as the drop in the Chinese yuan was less than in the past two days.
  • HSBC Bank Malta plc started trading without the entitlement to the net interim dividend of €0.0332 per share. The share price dropped 1.1% (€0.02) to €1.85 across a single trade of 2,592 shares. The dividend will be paid to shareholders on 10 September.
  • RS2 Software plc continued to decline following its recent strong upturn and shed a further 1.9% to €2.05 on six deals totalling 28,768 shares. The company is yet to announce when the board will meet to approve the June 2015 interim results.
  • Santumas Shareholdings plc closed 2.4% lower at €2.00. The property company is expected to issue its annual results for the year-ended 30 April 2015 on 24 August.
  • Tigne Mall plc eased by a further 0.6% to €0.86 on activity of 11,000 shares. The property company is trading without the entitlement to the net interim dividend of €0.01 per share which will be paid on 4 September.
  • Meanwhile, GO plc touched a fresh nine-year high of €3.60 during today’s session, representing a 0.4% increase from yesterday’s close. A total of 16,080 shares changed hands across six deals.
  • Bank of Valletta plc closed marginally higher at €2.276 across ten trades for a total of 22,801 shares. Also in the financial sector, Mapfre Middlesea plc continued to edge up and advanced by a further 0.9% to a fresh multi-year high of €2.17, albeit on shallow volumes of 3,800 shares.
  • A single trade of 2,389 shares took place in MaltaPost plc helping the equity increase to a fresh all-time high of €1.62.
  • The only equity that closed unchanged was Malta International Airport plc, which held on to its €3.90 on a single deal of just 760 shares.

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