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  • The MSE Share Index declined by 0.6% to 3,279.187 points, as share price losses of FIMBank, MIA and Malita Investments offset the gains registered in the shares of GO and HSBC. Download a copy of the Equity Market Summary.
  • As Eurozone yields persisted below the 1% territory, the Rizzo Farrugia MGS Index advanced further, topping the 1070-mark to 1,070.734 points. Geopolitical tensions were contained this morning, although fresh concerns are brewing as part of the “humanitarian aid convoy” sent by Russia to Ukraine has crossed borders without the necessary approvals from Kiev.
  • The share price of FIMBank plc today retested its all time low of US$0.64.7 (last reached in December 2011) on 4 deals totalling 35,788 shares at US$0.65. This is the level at which the rights issue was priced in July this year. Earlier on this month, the Bank issued its interim financial statements, which were characterised by a US$7.8 million fair value adjustment, that partially compensated for the US$10.2 million impairment charge for the first six months of the year.
  • Malta International Airport plc shares shed off 2.2% and closed at €2.20, as a total of 34,400 shares changed hands across 3 deals earlier on today. Similarly, 11,660 shares of Malita Investments plc pushed the share prices marginally lower to the €0.54 level.
  • Meanwhile, 6PM Holdings plc closed unchanged from previous at GBP0.735, trading at a low of GBP0.72 during the session, on a volume of 10,000 shares. Trading in the shares of Bank of Valletta plc was low, as 7,340 shares were dealt across 4 trades. The bank’s equity touched an intra-day high of €2.13, before settling unchanged from previous at €2.12.
  • GO plc advanced again late in the session this morning, closing the day at a fresh 6-year high of €2.45 across shallow volumes of 2,000 shares. HSBC Bank Malta plc also advanced further during this morning’s session, closing at €1.985 across a total of just 4,300 shares.

 

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