The Casablanca Stock Exchange starts the week in the red

The Casablanca Stock Exchange closed Monday’s session lower, weighed down in particular by the poor performance of the “Telecommunications” 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 10,288.1 points, and the Madex, a compact index made up of stocks quoted on a continuous basis lost 0.37% to 8,363 points.

Regarding international indices, the FTSE CSE Morocco 15 dropped 0.12% to 9,309.28 points and the FTSE Morocco All-Liquid fell by 0.43% to 8,873.7 points.

The benchmark Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) “Casablanca ESG 10”, meanwhile, lost 0.36% to 783.59 points.

In terms of values, only seven sectors of the 24 represented on the Casablanca coast ended the day in the green. The “Mines” sector gained 1.58%, following the good performance of Managem (+ 2.7%), SMI (+ 1.14%) and Minière Touissit (+ 0.29%). The “Oil and Gas” index gained 1%, carried by Total Morocco (+ 3.56%).

The day’s increases also include the “Distributors” (+ 0.78%), Beverages (+ 0.35%), “Transport Services” (+ 0.27%) and “Electricity” (+0, 22%).

In contrast, the “Engineering & Industrial Equipment” sector recorded the largest drop of the day (-2.27%), followed by that of “Chemicals” (-1.81%) and “Real estate participation and promotion” (-1.31%). The “Telecommunications” sector lost 0.68%. Its only title, Maroc Telecom, announced on Monday an adjusted net income Group share (RNPG) of nearly 4.526 billion dirhams (MMDH) at the end of the first nine months of 2020.

Also on the downside, the “Banks” sector fell by 0.51%, the rise in CDM (+ 1.95%) and BCP (0.42%) not having been able to offset the recorded declines. by Bank Of Africa (-1.06%), Attijariwafa Bank (-0.9%) and CIH (-0.48%).

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The overall volume of securities trading amounted to more than 21.55 million dirhams (MDH), carried out entirely on the central market and dominated by transactions involving Itissalat Al-Maghrib (6.3 MDH), Attijariwafa Bank (6.12 MDH), CIH (2.53 MDH) and Managem (2.12 MDH).

Market capitalization amounted to nearly 533.42 billion dirhams (MMDH).

The largest decreases were recorded by Delattre levivier Maroc (-3.97% to 27.82 DH), Eqdom (-2.73% to 970 DH), Douja Prom Addoha (-2.33% to 5.86 DH ), SNEP (-1.95% at 399.95 DH) and Timar (-1.77% at 136 DH).

The largest increases were made by Total Maroc (+ 3.56% to 937.3 DH), Managem (+ 2.7% to 1.064 DH), Auto Hall (+ 1.99% to 65.99 DH), CDM (+ 1.95% at 418 DH) and Lesieur Cristal (+ 1.25% at 162 DH).

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