The Casablanca Stock Exchange up very slightly

The Casablanca Stock Exchange ended in equilibrium on Wednesday, the rise in certain sector indices, in particular “Participation and real estate promotion”, “Mines” and “telecoms” having been offset by the decline in others such as “Banks” and “forestry” and papers ”.

At the end of this session, the Masi, a global index made up of all equity-type securities, stood at 10,960.92 points and the Madex, a compact index made up of stocks quoted on a continuous basis, reached 8,923.66 points.

At the same time, the FTSE CSE Morocco 15 ended almost stable (+ 0.02%) at 9,865.52 points and the FTSE Morocco All-Liquid also ended in equilibrium (+ 0.06%) at 9,447.47 points.

The benchmark Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) “Casablanca ESG 10” index rose 0.1% to 840.27 points.

In terms of sector, the “Real estate participation and promotion” compartment achieved the best performance with a gain of 2.2%, driven by the growth of Douja Prom Addoha (+ 1.65%), Res Dar Saada (+1, 87%), and Alliances (+ 3.97%).

In addition, the “Mines” sub-fund (+ 2.13%) benefited from the increase in SMI (+ 1.55%) and Managem (+ 3.98%).

Counter-trend, the “Forestry and Paper” compartment lost 2.36% due to the fall of Med Paper (-2.36%).

The “Leisure and Hotels” sector ended on a negative note (-1.82%), dragged down by the poor performance of the Risma group (-1.82%).

The overall volume of securities exchanges reached more than 64 million dirhams (MDH), carried out mainly on the central market, while the market capitalization, for its part, exceeded 565 billion dirhams.

The biggest increases were posted by Sonasid (+ 4% to 253.75 DH), Managem (+ 3.98% to 1.096 DH), IB Maroc.com (+ 3.97% to 28.55 DH), Alliances (+ 3.97% to 36.43 DH) and Stroc Industrie (+ 3.81% to 21.25 DH).

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The biggest drops were reported by Delattre Levivier Maroc (-3.98% to 36.18 DH), SM Monetique (-3.58% to 160.05 DH), Med Paper (-2.36% to 14, 06 DH), Société des Boissons du Maroc (-1.96% to 2.451 DH) and Disway (-1.9% to 440 DH).

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