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Weekly overview 10.04.-13.04.2018

Datum objave: 16.04.2018

Leading indices at BELEX stock market were in red on a weekly basis again. BELEX15 lost 0.26%, while broad BELEXline was down 0.75%. Trade volume, when speaking about stocks, was at EUR 608ths. The week behind, was shortened due to Easter days.

The most traded stocks were Alfa Plam (ALFA) and Komercijalna Banka (KMBN), since they delivered RSD 41.3m and RSD 11m in volume respectively. Alfa reported nearly flat net profit for FY 2017, while sales were up by 9.3%. Operating profit was up 20.6%, due to higher margin. We saw no new events at Komercijalna Banka.

All other stocks, such Metalac (MTLC), Belgrade Airport (AERO) and NIS (NIIS), even though ranked in top five traded, delivered much smaller volumes versus the first tow mentioned names. In average they delivered RSD 4-5m in volume, each.

Jubmes Banka (JMBN), which lost 2.9%, was not among most traded, but it was worth mentioning since the state expressed an interest to privatize it and sell its stake. Namely, in the capacity of the representative of the state as a shareholder in Jubmes Bank (JMBN) in Belgrade, the Ministry of Finance of Serbia has initiated market research related to the sale of the state-owned shares of the bank. As stated on the site of the Ministry of Finance, the aim is to estimate the public interest of potential investors in a potential transaction and the terms of the sale of 58,287 regular shares with voting rights that the state owns in Jubmes Banka. Potential investors, the ministry says, should submit their statements of interest within 30 days, following which they will be sent “a set of relevant data on Jubmes Banka”.

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