Bulgarian Stocks End Week in Red in Dull Trade

Bulgarian Stocks End Week in Red in Dull Trade

All indices of the Bulgarian Stock Exchange closed the week in negative territory as trading remained subdued, stock exchange data showed. The bourse's benchmark SOFIX index inched down 0.07% to 595.31 points and the wider BGBX40 index, which tracks the 40 most traded shares on the Sofia bourse, lost 0.39% to 116.65 points. Turnover on the regulated market totalled 337,000 levs ($196,400/172,300 euro). Industrial group Stara Planina Hold  led the blue-chip losers with a 2.94% drop to 6.6 levs. On the opposite end, civil engineering company Trace Group Hold  was the biggest blue-chip gainer, appreciating 5.63% to 3.00 levs in a volume of 215 shares, after hitting a six-year low a day earlier. Another blue chip to buck the negative trend was software developer Sirma Group Holding, which extended its seven-day winning streak, adding a further 1.52% to 0.9 levs in a healthy volume of 66,580 shares.

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