The Casablanca Stock Exchange in the red this week | MoroccoLatestNews French

After its progress last week, the Casablanca Stock Exchange was on a downward trajectory over the period from February 13 to 17, the Moroccan All Shares Index (MASI) posted a drop of 0.41% to 10,684, 60 pts.

The MASI 20, which reflects the price performance of the 20 most liquid companies, fell, for its part, by 0.77% to 857.58 points, and the MASI ESG, the Environment, Social and Governance benchmark index, fell. left 0.57% at 812.75 points.

On the value front, 12 indices ended the week in good shape, and 11 indices in negative territory.

The insurance sector posted the best performance of the week (+5.18%), ahead of leisure and hotels (+4.46%) and transport (+3.68).

Conversely, the agri-food index recorded the largest drop (-3.40%), that of portfolio-holding companies dropped 3.09% and that of oil and gas 2.87%.

For this week, the overall volume of trade amounted to more than 439.71 million dirhams (MDH), including more than 438.99 MDH made on the central market (equities).

On the podium of the most active values ​​of the week are Bank of Africa with a transaction volume of nearly 123.53 MDH, followed by Attijariwafa Bank (43.54 MDH) and Wafa Assurances (37.78 MDH).

Market capitalization amounted to more than 559 billion dirhams.

In terms of values, the best performances of the week were the work of Maghreb Oxygen (+16.48% to 271.4 DH), Cartier Saada (+9.58% to 26.3 DH), Eqdom (+6, 95% at 1,000 DH), Atlantasanad (+4.52% at 125.95 DH) and Managem (+4.28% at 2,680 DH).

On the other hand, the largest drops were recorded by IB MAROC.COM (-10.16% to 27.85 DH), Cosumar (-5.29% to 180 DH), Disty Technologies (-6% to 188 DH), Oulmès (-3.98% to 1,376 DH), Salafin (-3.87% to 572 DH), and SNEP (-3.41% to 595 DH).

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