A week in the green

After its strong growth last week, the Casablanca Stock Exchange continues its catch-up movement. Over the last five trading sessions (06-10 February), the Moroccan All Shares Index (MASI) posted an increase of 3.80% to 10,728.31 pts, thus bringing its annual performance into the green at 0.08%. .

The MASI 20, which reflects the performance of the prices of the 20 most liquid companies, strengthened, for its part, by 3.87% to 864.23 points, thus bringing its annual performance to 0.79%, and the MASI ESG, the Environment, Social and Governance benchmark index, rose by 3.81% to 817.39 points (+1.53% since the start of the year).

In terms of stocks, and with the exception of the engineering and industrial capital goods sector (-0.01%), all the other indices ended the week in good shape.

Driven by Sothema (+8.53%), the pharmaceutical industry sector posted the best performance of the week (7.68%), ahead of forestry and paper (7.02%) and real estate investment and promotion (5.54%).

Also on the rise, the agrifood/production index gained 4.84%, that of banks rose by 4.75% and that of transport services by 4.28%.

For this week, the overall volume of trade amounted to more than 752.39 million dirhams (MDH), of which more than 582.59 MDH made on the central market (equities) and 169.13 MDH on the block market (equities).

On the podium of the most active stocks of the week are Itissalat Al-Maghrib with a transaction volume of nearly 119.7 MDH, followed by Attijariwafa Bank (116.20 MDH) and Sodep-Marsa Maroc (78.98 MDH). ).

Market capitalization amounted to nearly 561 billion dirhams.

In terms of values, the best performances of the week were the work of BMCI (+19.89% to 440 DH), CDM (+11.64% to 614 DH), Sothema (+8.53% to 1,400 DH) , Eqdom (+7.47% to 935 DH) and Med Paper (+7.02% to 27.29 DH).

On the other hand, the largest drops were recorded by Maghreb Oxygène (-14.62% to 233 DH), Fenie Brossette (-4% to 120 DH), SM Monétique (-3.97% to 192.05 DH ), Afric Industries SA (-3.9% at 345 DH) and Involys (-3.85% at 95 DH).

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