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Turnover on the Montenegro Stock Exchange 51.82 thousand euros

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The fall of the index and weaker turnover marked the week on the Montenegro Stock Exchange, in which it was announced that the cumulative budget deficit for nine months amounted to 36 million euros or 0.7% of the gross domestic product, which is 140.1 million less than planned.

The value indicator of the top ten companies MNSE10 fell 1.5% to 891.02 points, and MONEX fell 1.2% to 12,547.29 points.

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Turnover, realized through 16 transactions, amounted to 51.82 thousand euros and was ten times lower than last week’s. Jugopetrol shares had the largest share in it, namely 74.32%, and on a weekly basis they weakened by 3.3% to 11.6 euros.

The fall of the index and weaker turnover marked the week on the Montenegro Stock Exchange, in which it was announced that the cumulative budget deficit for nine months amounted to 36 million euros or 0.7% of the gross domestic product, which is 140.1 million less than planned.

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The value indicator of the top ten companies MNSE10 fell 1.5% to 891.02 points, and MONEX fell 1.2% to 12,547.29 points.

Turnover, realized through 16 transactions, amounted to 51.82 thousand euros and was ten times lower than last week’s. Jugopetrol shares had the largest share in it, namely 74.32%, and on a weekly basis they weakened by 3.3% to 11.6 euros.

The shares of Crnogorski elektroprenosno systema also fell 3.7% to 90.06 cents and Crnogorski Telekom 3.3% to 1.45 euros. Planta┼ż shares gained 3.1% to 21.46 cents.

Shares of Elektroprivreda, Port of Kotor and Zetatrans were also traded, which ended the week at 3.4 euros, or 7.1 euros and 90 cents, local media reports.

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