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Weekly Overview 08.01.2018

Datum objave: 08.01.2018

The season 2018 was started with a weekly decline for indices at Belgrade Stock Exchange, on very low volume. Namely, BELEX15 was down by 0.89% w/w, led by decrease at NIS, Komercijalna and Tehnogas, while broad BELEXline was down 0.86%. Trade turnover arrived at EUR 5.7m, out of which EUR 5.5m was related to bonds.

NIS (NIIS), oil&gas company, was the most trade stock with RSD 12.8m in volume. The stock was among major decliners with 1.8% w/w drop, but we saw no major news on this name.

Belgrade Airport (AERO) delivered only RSD 2.5m in trade volume but it was second most traded stock anyway. The stock price was down by light 0.6% w/w, but we expect it to be in an investors focus this week, while price may jump, given the fact that story about concession was finally ended last weekend. Namely, Serbia has awarded Vinci a 25-year concession to run Belgrade’s Nikola Tesla airport, giving the French infrastructure group a foothold in southeast Europe for its growing airport division. Vinci, Europe’s biggest construction and concessions company, offered to pay EUR 501m (USD 603m) for the concession and pledged to invest another EUR 732m over the 25 years, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Saturday. He added Vinci had committed to keep all employees currently working at the airport. Vinci, which did not disclose financial terms, later said its Vinci Airports unit expected to sign the concession contract during the first quarter and take over operations by the end of this year after completing financing for the deal. Few days before this, the company reported 5.34m of serviced passengers in 2017, which an increase of 9% y/y, while cargo and postal service turnover jumped 40%.

Even though Tehnogas (TGAS), Alfa Plam (ALFA) and Fitofarmacija (FITO) were also in a top five traded, these companies delivered only RSD 1.9m in summarized trade volume, while we saw no any events or news flow from them. Trading week was shortened, thus poor volumes were not surprising.

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