Zagreb Stock Exchange indices end mixed

The main Zagreb Stock Exchange (ZSE) indices ended mixed on Wednesday after falling for seven straight trading days. The Crobex increased by 0.25 per cent to reach 1,633.23 points, while the Crobex10 continued its negative streak, dropping by 0.15 per cent to 951.80 points.

Turnover in regular trading was HRK 4.4 million, which was 800,000 less than on Tuesday. Only one stock, that of food producer Podravka, turned over more than a million kuna, while machine manufacturer Djuro Djakovic Holding and car dealer Auto Hrvatska recorded the highest share price increases.

Podravka's shares turned over HRK 1.3 million and their price went up by 1.85 per cent to close at HRK 329 per share. Auto Hrvatska saw a share price rise of 10.47 per cent to HRK 475, turning over HRK 208,300, while shares of Djuro Djakovic Holding generated a turnover of HRK 350,200, their price increasing by 9.64 per cent to HRK 32.88 per share.

Last update: Wed, 13/01/2016 - 20:56


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