The Casablanca Stock Exchange closes on positive ground

The Casablanca Stock Exchange closed its trade in the green on Wednesday, the MASI having increased by 0.31%, to 10,555.07 points (pts).

The MASI.20, an index of the 20 most liquid stocks, gained 0.38%, to 848.06 pts, and the MASI.ESG, an index of companies with the best ESG ratings, as published by Moody’s ESG Solutions , gained 0.61%, to 804.39 pts.

The FTSE CSE Morocco 15, made up of the 15 main securities of the Casablanca Stock Exchange, classified by market capitalization, and the FTSE CSE Morocco All-Liquid, a benchmark index which traces the performance of all the liquid securities of the Stock Exchange, evolved at the increase of respectively 0.59%, to 9,741.27 pts and 0.73%, to 8,856.93 pts.

At the sectoral level, the chemical index showed the strongest increase (+2.11%), ahead of the transport index (+2.05%), and that of transport services (+1 .56%).

The building and building materials index posted the largest drop (-1.96%), followed by the portfolio-holding companies index (-1.66%), and the real estate participation and development (-1.41%). The overall volume of trade was 48.91 million dirhams (MDH) made on the Central Market (Shares).

Managem ranked first among the most active instruments with 10.09 MDH, ahead of Atlantasanad (8.94 MDH) and Attijariwafa Bank (8.76 MDH). As for market capitalization, it exceeded 553.07 billion dirhams (MMDH).

As for values, the biggest increases were posted by Atlantasanad (+3.42% to 121 DH), BCP (+3.11% to 227.4 DH), Auto Hall (+2.9% to 71 DH ), TotalEnergies Marketing Morocco (+2.46% to 1,250 DH) and Ctm (+2.2% to 650 DH). In contrast, Ciments du Maroc (-2.91% to 1,300 DH), Microdata (-2.3% to 539.8 DH), Disty Technologies (-2.21% to 192.25 DH), Douja Prom Addoha (-1.84% to 6.4 DH) and Lafargeholcim Morocco (-1.75% to 1,400 DH) showed the biggest drops.

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