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  • The MSE Equity Price Index erased most of yesterday’s decline as it rebounded by 0.24% to 4,378.252 points, largely on the back of the recovery in the share price of MIA whilst BOV, Plaza and Trident all trended lower today. Trading volumes improved to a three-day high of €0.24 million. Download a copy of today’s Equity Market Summary.
  • The RF MGS Index shed 0.24% to a near two-week low of 1,100.307 points as bond yields rose amid heightened global trade tensions.
  • Malta International Airport plc surged 3.3% to regain the €4.98 level on four deals totalling 2,685 shares.
  • Simonds Farsons Cisk plc also performed positively today as the equity advanced by 2.2% to the €6.90 level across 1,400 shares.
  • In the property segment, MIDI plc climbed 2.2% to a new record high of €0.46 albeit on just 15,518 shares. Last week, MIDI announced that it entered into preliminary discussions with Tumas Group Company Limited to explore the possibility of establishing a joint venture with respect to the development of Manoel Island. Tomorrow, MIDI is scheduled to hold its AGM.
  • Malita Investments plc advanced 2.3% to a fresh 2018 high of €0.875 on volumes totalling 90,847 shares.
  • In contrast, both Plaza Centres plc and Trident Estates plc trended lower today on trivial volumes. Plaza moved back to the €1.04 level (-2.8%) whilst Trident lost 3.1% to the €1.27 level. Tomorrow, Trident will be holding its first AGM as a publicly-listed company.
  • Bank of Valletta plc moved lower by 0.9% to the €1.73 level across 26,060 shares.
  • Also in the retail banking sector, HSBC Bank Malta plc (18,968 shares) and Lombard Bank Malta plc (8,319 shares) retained the €1.82 and €2.28 levels respectively. In an interview appearing on the local media, HSBC CEO Mr Andrew Beane reiterated his views on the bank’s focus on growing the business in Malta.
  • International Hotel Investments plc retained the €0.68 level across 29,100 shares. Tomorrow, the equity starts trading without the entitlement to a net interim dividend of €0.02 per share.
  • A single deal of 10,000 shares left the equity of Tigne’ Mall plc at the €0.95 level.

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