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  • The MSE Share Index slipped 0.1% back to 3,466.261 points as the declines in HSBC and MaltaPost offset the increases in the share prices of BOV and Tigné Mall. Meanwhile, IHI ended the session unchanged. Download a copy of the Equity Market Summary.
  • On the bond market, the Rizzo Farrugia MGS Index continued to recover this week’s earlier declines with a further 0.1% increase to 1,018.469 points representing a marginal increase over last week’s close. Today’s upturn reflects the further decline in Eurozone yield to below the 1.85% level on increased speculation that the US Federal Reserve will postpone the tapering of its stimulus measures to counter act the adverse economic effects emanating from the US fiscal uncertainties on the global recovery.
  • Sustained demand for BOV shares lifted the bank’s equity by a further 0.4% to a new 32-month high of €2.49 across eleven deals totalling 33,151 shares. BOV’s equity advanced for the fourth consecutive week in anticipation of the publication of the Group’s preliminary full-year results by the end of the month.
  • The only other positive performing equity today was Tigné Mall as its share price inched minimally higher to €0.512 on a single deal of 68,000 shares.
  • On the other hand, the share price of HSBC eased for the second time this week with a further 0.8% decline back to the €2.62 level on volumes of 41,170 shares.
  • Similarly, MaltaPost failed to hold on to its intra-week high of €1.10 as the share price dropped 4.5% to the €1.05 level on low volumes of just over 2,000 shares. The postal operator generally publishes its preliminary financial statements in early December.
  • Meanwhile, the only other active equity, IHI, traded unchanged at the €0.83 level on a trade of 2,000 shares.

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