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Mauritius: The two main indices of the stock market decreasing




At the closure Friday 17 October 2014, the two main indices of the Mauritian stock exchange on the official market have experienced a marked week by a delicate decrease in their performances.
 
The SEMDEX (1) index indicated 2133 points, that is, a decline of productivity of 1.08% in one week.
 
On its side, the SEMTRI (2) index which had exceeded 7000 points two weeks ago, registering its highest stock level since 1989, fell to 6926,64 points.
 
The market capitalization of the official market was assessed late in the session to 234.17 billion rupees (3).
 
More than 44.8 million shares were traded in a week for a total of around 377.8 million rupees.
 
Of the 49 titles listed, 5 titles were up in a week, 25 other titles have maintained their position and 19 shares were down, as reported by the newspaper Le Matinal.
 
As a reminder, SEMDEX Stock Exchange index of Mauritius has jumped by 21% in 2013.  
 
(1) The SEMDEX index is calculated on all stocks listed on the stock market 
(2) Index SEMTRI (Stock Exchange of Mauritius Total Return Index), created in October 2002 incorporates the performance of the overall market with dividends and capital gains
(3) One euro roughly equivalent to 41 rupees
 
 



Fabrice François


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