RS2 falls to 4-year low
The MSE Equity Price Index shed 1.27% to 3,500.722 points as the declines of the ordinary shares of RS2, HSBC, and BMIT outweighed the gain of BOV. Meanwhile, MIA remained unchanged as overall trading activity was subdued at just €0.03 million. Download today’s Equity Market Summary.
The ordinary shares of RS2 Software plc plunged by 20.8% to a 4-year low of €0.95, albeit on a single trade of 2,051 shares.
One deal of 10,000 shares pulled the share price of BMIT Technologies plc 2.2% lower to the €0.45 level.
HSBC Bank Malta plc moved 1.4% lower to the €0.71 level on volumes of 1,853 shares.
In contrast, Bank of Valletta plc climbed 1.8% higher to the €0.84 level across two trades totalling 16,997 shares.
Malta International Airport plc held the €5.65 level as 1,957 shares changed hands.
The RF MGS Index extended last Friday’s decline as it dropped a further 0.41% to 866.566 points reflecting the continued surge across eurozone sovereign bond yields. Indeed, the German 10-year bund yield touched the 2.5% level for the first time since 2011, while Italy’s 10-year yield climbed to a multi-year high of 4.6%. The removal of various pandemic-related restrictions in China led to a reported spike in travel bookings while various commodity prices increased amid hopes of a revival in demand.
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