Nice week for the Casablanca Stock Exchange

The Casablanca Stock Exchange closed up the week from January 30 to February 3, its main index, the MASI, gaining 2.63% to 10,335.31 points.

At the end of this week, the Masi.20, which reflects the performance of the prices of the 20 most liquid companies, strengthened by 3.14% to 832.05 points, while the Masi ESG, benchmark index Environment, Social and Governance, improved by 3% to 787.37 points.

At the end of this week, 14 sectors ended up, 8 down and one sector remained stable.

The Chemicals sector achieved the best performance of the week (9.45%), ahead of Transport Services (5.05%) and Building and Construction Materials (3.89%).

On the losing side, the Transport sector (-3.61%) showed the strongest decline, followed by the Leisure and hotels sector (-1.47%) and that of Beverages (-1.22%).

For this week, the overall volume of trade amounted to more than 9.31 billion dirhams (MMDH), of which more than 391.89 million dirhams (MDH) made on the central equity market and 23.4 MDH on the block market (equities).

On the podium of the most active stocks of the week are Sodep-Marsa Maroc with a transaction volume of 71.56 MDH, Attijariwafa Bank (59.17 MDH) and Itissalat Al-Maghrib (47.41 MDH).

Market capitalization amounted to 540.61 billion dirhams (MMDH).

In terms of values, the best performances of the week were the work of Snep (+9.94% to 586 DH), Sonasid (+9.58% to 595 DH), Eqdom (+7.35% to 870 DH) , Fenie Brossette (+6.56% to 125 DH) and BMCI (+6.22% to 367 DH).

On the other hand, the biggest drops were recorded by Stokvis Nord Afrique (-7.03% to 11.90 DH), CTM (-3.98% to 600.10 DH), Oulmes (-3.95% at 1,433 DH), Promopharm SA (-3.93% at 1,026 DH) and IB (-3.70% at 31 DH).

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