ECONOMIC BRIEFS

POSS ADDS - BCPB sets new record in anonymous trade volume

In September, the Bratislava Stock Exchange (BCPB) set a new record for anonymous trade volume - 2.24 billion Sk. This is 500 million Sk above August's mark. During the first nine months of this year, anonymous trade volume on the BCPB was 11.5 billion Sk. In September, the volume of direct trades decreased by 1.2 billion Sk to 7 billion Sk, which resulted in a slight decrease in total trading volume,to 9.25 billion Sk. During the first nine months of 1996, the BCPB registered trades worth 80.3 billion Sk (40.1 billion Sk for all of 1995), of which 14.4 percent were anonymous trades. Total 1996 trade volume consisted of trades with listed shares (40 percent), non-listed shares (29 percent), listed bonds (23 percent) and non-listed bonds (8 percent).

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