SOFIA (Bulgaria), February 13 (SeeNews) - Resort operator Albena [BUL:6AB] rose the most among blue chips on the Bulgarian Stock Exchange on Tuesday, bourse data shows.
Albena closed 4.13% higher at 63.0 levs ($39.8/32.2 euro) in a trading volume of 115 shares.
On Tuesday, four exchange-traded funds (ETFs) run by Sofia-based Expat Asset Management started trading on the BSE.
Each of the four ETFs tracks the performance of the blue-chip index of one of four stock exchanges in Central and Eastern Europe, i.e. the bourses of Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia and Hungary.
The BSE's blue-chip SOFIX index rose 0.19% to 698.05 points on Tuesday after adding 0.41% on Monday.
The BSE's BGBX40 index, which tracks the 40 most traded shares on the Sofia bourse, edged up 0.03% to 135.09 points, following a 0.36% increase on Monday.
The BG-REIT index, which tracks the performance of real estate investment trusts, grew 0.83% to 114.97 points on Tuesday. On Monday, the index closed 0.15% lower.
The BG TotalReturn30 index, in which companies with a free float of at least 10% have equal weight, edged up 0.08% to 561.99 points, after rising 0.41% on Monday.
Total trading turnover on the BSE's regulated market rose to 3.9 million levs on Tuesday from 1.4 milion levs on Monday.
Industrial conglomerate Chimimport [BUL:6C4] was the most traded blue chip on Tuesday, as 52,021 of its shares changed hands at a weighted average price of 2.5178 levs per share.
First Investment Bank (Fibank) [BUL:5F4] fell the most among Sofia bourse blue chips, closing 2.14% lower at 5.48 levs.
(1 euro = 1.95583 levs)
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