The Casablanca Stock Exchange ended in negative territory on Monday, dragged down mainly by the sectors “Engineering and industrial capital goods”, “Chemicals” and “Building and construction materials”.
At the end of the exchanges, the Masi, a global index made up of all equity-type securities, dropped 0.66% to 10,164.32 points and the Madex, a compact index made up of stocks quoted on a continuous basis, lost 0.69% to 8,262.36 points.
Regarding international indices, the FTSE CSE Morocco 15 fell 0.75% to 9,153.91 points, and the FTSE Morocco All-Liquid lost 0.82% to 8,746.60 points.
The Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) benchmark “Casablanca ESG 10”, meanwhile, shed 0.62% to 766.56 points.
The overall volume of securities trading was around 58.20 million dirhams (MDH), mainly carried out on the central market.
For its part, the market capitalization amounted to 525.86 billion dirhams (MMDH), dominated by Itissalat Al-Maghrib (120.78 billion DH), Attijariwafa Bank (76.80 billion DH) and BCP (47.13 billion DH ).
The largest increases were made by Risma (+ 3.99% to 94.07 DH), Res Dar Saada (+ 3.96% to 25.99 DH), Lydec (+ 3.81% to 318.95 DH ), Immorente Invest (+ 2.77% at 90.44 DH).
The largest decreases were accused by Delattre Levivier Maroc (-3.99% to 33.21 DH), Stokvis North Africa (-3.13% to 10.22 DH), SNEP (-2.50% to 390 DH ), Ciments du Maroc (-2.36% to 1,445) and Stroc Industrie (-2.26% to 12.95 DH).