Posts Tagged ‘Malta Government Stocks’

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Malta Government Stocks - New Institutional MGS Issue

Tuesday, May 26th, 2015

On 26 May 2015, the Treasury issued a prospectus in connection with a new institutional Malta Government Stock issue. The Treasury will be offering €50 million, with an over-allotment option of a further €40 million, in any of the following two stocks: 2.0% MGS 2020 (V) Fungibility Issue; 2.3% MGS 2029 (II). Applications in the […]

- Daily Market Highlights (25.05.15)

Monday, May 25th, 2015
  • The MSE Share Index advanced by a further …
  • On the bond market, the Rizzo Farrugia MGS …
  • This afternoon, the Treasury of Malta …
  • Across the large cap equities, the share price …
  • Similarly, the equity of Malta International …
  • Following last week’s revelation in the 2014 …
  • GO plc shares also closed in positive territory …

- Why have MGS prices suddenly dropped?

Thursday, May 14th, 2015

Many investors have been asking for the reasons behind the sudden drop in prices of Malta Government Stocks over the past 3 weeks. Prices and yields of MGS mirror movements in the benchmark German bund and those of other periphery countries with credit ratings similar to those of Malta (BBB+). Therefore, as a start, it […]

Malta Government Stocks - Listing and Trading of New Stocks

Monday, March 23rd, 2015

On 23 March, the Malta Stock Exchange announced the listing of the €162.3 million 3.00% MGS 2040 (I) and trading is expected to commence as from tomorrow Tuesday 24 March 2015. The €6 million 2.00% MGS 2020 (V) FI March 2015, which also recently offered on the primary market, had already been listed on 4 […]

Malta Government Stocks - Allotment Policy

Friday, March 20th, 2015

On 18 March, the Treasury issued a press release confirming the allotment policy being adopted in respect of the 3.0% MGS 2040 (I) initially published on 3 March. Applications up to €10,000 (nom) were accepted in full while applications in excess of €10,000 (nom) received the first €10,000 (nom) per application plus an additional 12% […]

Malta Government Stocks - Allotment Policy

Wednesday, March 4th, 2015

On 3 March, the Treasury published its allotment policy with respect to the €180 million Malta Government Stock issue. The offering was closed early on Monday 23 February due to heavy oversubscription. This was confirmed via a press release on 26 February which revealed that the Treasury received around 11,700 application forms representing a total […]

- Daily Market Highlights (27.02.15)

Friday, February 27th, 2015
  • A 2.8% increase by HSBC was the main …
  • The Rizzo Farrugia MGS Index gained …
  • In the coming days, the Treasury is …
  • HSBC Bank Malta plc gained 2.8% today …
  • Lombard Bank Malta plc also ended today’s…
  • Malta International Airport plc gained an …
  • Loqus Holdings plc edged 0.8% higher to …

- Daily Market Highlights (24.02.15)

Tuesday, February 24th, 2015
  • The MSE Share Index this morning shed a …
  • On the bond market, the Rizzo Farrugia …
  • Yesterday evening, the Treasury announced …
  • Yesterday, HSBC Malta revealed a 42% …
  • Bank of Valletta plc also closed the day lower …
  • Also in the banking sector, the share price of …
  • The equity of Island Hotels Group Holdings …

- Daily Market Highlights (20.02.15)

Friday, February 20th, 2015
  • The MSE Share Index continued to advance…
  • On the bond market, the Rizzo Farrugia…
  • Yesterday afternoon, the Treasury established …
  • The share price of Plaza Centres plc …
  • Similarly, Malita Investments plc…
  • In the financial sector, the two retail banks…
  • The equity of Bank of Valletta plc edged…

Malta Government Stocks - Pricing of New Stocks

Thursday, February 19th, 2015

Further to the announcement on 13 February with respect to the issue of the new Malta Government Stocks, the Treasury today established the prices of the 2 new MGS’s as follows: (i) 2.0% MGS 2020 (V) FI at 105.75% for every €100 nominal giving a yield to maturity of 0.937% per annum; (ii) 3.0% MGS 2040 […]


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