Daily Market Highlights (17.08.2022)

HSBC drags the MSE Equity Price Index lower


The MSE Equity Price Index eased by 0.04% to 3,655.720 points as the share price of HSBC moved lower while MIA, APS and Mapfre closed the day unchanged. Overall trading activity in equities was muted with only €0.08 million worth of shares changing hands. Download today’s Equity Market Summary.

HSBC Bank Malta plc slid by 0.7% to the €0.76 level on four trades totalling 43,669 shares.

Also in the retail banking sector, APS Bank plc traded flat at the €0.65 level on seven deals totalling 67,739 shares.

Malta International Airport plc held the €5.95 level on low volumes.

A single trade of 1,046 shares left the share price of Mapfre Middlesea plc unchanged at the €1.75 level.

The RF MGS Index registered its sharpest drop in two weeks as it shed 0.68% to 951.398 points. The UK annual inflation rate reached 10.1% in July, above market expectations. The main price increases were for housing and utilities, food and hospitality services. Elsewhere, crude oil prices drifted to a 6-month low today as analysts forecasted a boost in supply from Iran.


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