The Casablanca Stock Exchange closes in the green

The Casablanca Stock Exchange closed Tuesday’s session up, thanks to the good performance of the “Leisure and Hotels” and “Agri-food / Production” sectors.

At the end of this day, the Masi, a global index made up of all equity-type stocks and the Madex, a compact index made up of listed stocks, each appreciated by 0.19% to stand at 10,307.4 points and 8,379 respectively. , 17 points.

On the international side, the FTSE CSE Morocco 15 gained 0.32% to 9,339.47 points and the FTSE Morocco All-Liquid gained 0.14% to 8,886.3 points.

The Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) “Casablanca ESG 10” benchmark index also rose, accumulating 787.51 points (+ 0.50%).

The “Leisure and Hotels” sector (+ 2.25%) was at the top of the ranking thanks to the good orientation of its unique title Risma (+ 2.25%). The increases achieved by Cosumar (+ 1.78%) and Lesieur Cristal (+ 1.60%) propelled the “Agri-food / Production” compartment (+ 1.40%) to second place, while the “Forestry and Paper ”was content with an increase of 0.65%.

Despite its positive trend, the rating counted 10 sectors in negative territory such as “Engineering and Industrial Equipment” (-2.21%), “Real Estate Investment Companies” (-1.07%) and “Transport Services” (-0.53%).

The overall volume of securities exchanges amounted to nearly 76.80 million dirhams (MDH), carried out mainly on the central market and dominated by transactions involving BCP (24.97 MDH), Cosumar (17.69 million MDH) and Itissalat Al-Maghrib (11.95 MDH).

Market capitalization amounted to nearly 534.23 billion dirhams (MMDH).

The largest increases were made by Sonasid (+ 3.14% to 197 DH), Risma (+ 2.25% to 90 DH), Cosumar (+ 1.78% to 200 DH), IB (+ 1.78% at 27.99 DH) and Lesieur Cristal (+ 1.60% at 164.6 DH).

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The biggest drops were recorded by Delattre Levivier Maroc (-3.99% to 26.71 DH), Ciments du Maroc (-2.23% to 1.446 DH), Mechanical Achievements (-1.98% to 185.5 DH), Disway (-1.25% to 396 DH) and Atlanta (-1.25% to 79 DH).

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