Trading in government securities accounted for the bulk of sales at the Bulgarian stock exchange on Thursday, with all indexes ending the session with increases.
The blue chip benchmark SOFIX rose 0.77% to 634.33 points. The broader indicator BGBX40 0.75% added to the value, closing at 122.66 points. The sectoral BGREIT decreased by 0.41 percent to 116.50 points. Even weighted BGTR30 advanced with 0.25% to 525.68 points.
Turnover on a regulated market amounted to BK 7,359 million, after 152 44 issues. But most of the revenue came from a deal to which they were transferred government securities, denominated in euros, expire on 29 September 2025 for an amount of BGN 6.56 million.
Trading in stocks was the highest activity on the market Svilosa AD, which generated a turnover of BGN 65.9 thousand Sirma Group Holding AD for almost BGN 42,000, which made the company the most profitable company for this day with an appreciation of its stock of 1.9%.
Zenith Agroholding AD reported an increase in the value of its shares of 1.8%, Svilosa AD – by 1.3%.
Within the session the largest depreciation was recorded on government paper in BGN that expires on 27 March 2025, who reduced their price by 1.5%, after the transfer of securities in one deal for BGN 506.5 thousand.
The second and third place in the fall of the day went down Keep Varna AD and Industrial Holding Bulgaria PLC with 1.1% and 1% respectively.