Casablanca Stock Exchange: Close in decline

The Casablanca Stock Exchange closed Tuesday’s session in decline, weakened in particular by the poor performance of the “Transport”, “Engineering and Industrial Equipment” and “Banks” sectors.

At the end of this day, the Masi, a global index made up of all equity-type securities, lost 0.35% to 10,128.78 points, and the Madex, a compact index made up of continuously quoted stocks fell by 0, 36% to 8,232.54 points.

Regarding international indices, the FTSE CSE Morocco 15 dropped 0.51% to 9,107.09 points and the FTSE Morocco All-Liquid lost 0.41% to 8,710.56 points.

The benchmark Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) “Casablanca ESG 10” dropped 0.41% to 763.39 points.

In terms of values, the “Transport” sector showed the biggest drop of the day (-2.69%), following the fall of CTM by 2.82%.

The “Engineering and Industrial Equipment” sector lost 2.41%, due to the drop in Delattre Levivier Maroc (-3.97%). Also on the decline, the sector index of “Banks” lost 1.06% and that of “Distributors” dropped 1.02%.

In the process, the overall volume of securities trading stood at more than 72.62 million dirhams (MDH), carried out entirely on the central market. The market capitalization amounted to 524.28 billion dirhams (MMDH).

The largest decreases were reported by BMCI (-4% to 566.50 DH), Delattre Levivier Maroc (-3.97% to 31.89 DH), Alliances (-3.44% to 33.66 DH), CTM (-2.82% to 660.80 DH) and Minière Touissit (-2.52% to 1.355 DH).

The largest increases were made by Res Dar Saada (+ 3.96% to 27.02 DH), Salafin (+ 3.13% to 495 DH), Risma (+ 3.07% to 97 DH), Fenie Brossette (+ 1.96% at DH 37.66) and SNEP (+ 1.79% at DH 397.50).

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