Daily Market Highlights (03.10.2022)

MSE Equity Price Index moves higher on low volumes


The MSE Equity Price Index advanced by 0.39% to 3,646.890 points reflecting the gains in four companies. On the other hand, eight shares closed the day unchanged as overall trading activity amounted to just €0.04 million. Download today’s Equity Market Summary.

PG plc rallied by 4.8% to recapture the €2.20 level across 5,800 shares.

GO plc and BMIT Technologies plc also trended higher albeit on negligible volumes. GO rebounded by 1.4% to the €2.98 level whilst BMIT added 0.4% to the €0.468 level.

The other positive performing equity today was Malta Properties Company plc as it climbed 1.9% back to the €0.53 level across 15,250 shares.

Also in the property segment, Main Street Complex plc traded unchanged at the €0.46 level on trivial volumes.

Very low level of activity also took place in five other equities, namely APS Bank plc (€0.64), Bank of Valletta plc (€0.90), Malta International Airport plc (€5.95), Mapfre Middlesea plc (€1.67), and Simonds Farsons Cisk plc (€7.95).

A single deal of 6,775 shares left the share price of International Hotel Investments plc at the €0.705 level.

Mapfre Middlesea plc held on to the €1.11 level across 8,066 shares.

The RF MGS Index opened the week in negative territory as it slipped by 0.16% to 880.791 points. Sovereign bond yields in the euro area remained elevated after reports emerged that OPEC+ might announce substantial cuts in oil production on Wednesday. Meanwhile in the UK, Prime Minister Liz Truss scrapped an earlier plan to cut taxes on high income earners with a view of restoring some credibility to her newly launched fiscal stimulus package.


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