Daily Market Highlights (12.01.2022)

MSE Equity Price Index extends downward trend


The MSE Equity Price Index moved lower for the fourth consecutive day as it retracted by 0.18% to 3,785.903 points reflecting the declines in the share prices of several companies. Meanwhile, GO plc remained unchanged at the €3.26 level whilst HSBC Bank Malta plc surged by 5.1% to regain the €0.92 level across 12,000 shares. Download today’s Equity Market Summary.

Malta International Airport plc eased by 0.9% back to the €5.80 level on a total of 7,605 shares.

Also among the large companies by market value, Bank of Valletta plc retreated to the €0.85 level (-1.2%) across 10,100 shares.

PG plc (2,000 shares) and BMIT Technologies plc (22,500 shares) retracted by 0.8% to €2.38 and €0.482 respectively.

Simonds Farsons Cisk plc erased yesterday’s uplift as it shed 4.1% back to the €8.15 level across 1,212 shares.

A single deal of 5,080 shares forced the share price of MaltaPost plc to drop by 1.6% to the €1.20 level.

The other negative performing equity today was Hili Properties plc as it eased by 0.7% to the €0.272 level on 50,000 shares.

The RF MGS Index resumed its downward trend as it declined by 0.09% to 1,066.917 points. During his second part of his testimony before the Senate, US Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell suggested a more aggressive stance towards monetary policy tightening in the coming months. Separately, the World Bank issued its latest Global Economic Prospects report in which it revised lower the expected world economic growth in 2022 to 4.1%, followed by a further increase in output of 3.2% in 2023.


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