Stock trading at YSX hit about Ks70 billion in 2016

Source : The Global New Light of Myanmar
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Jan 03, 2017

The value of stock trading at Yangon Stock Exchange (YSX) reached about Ks70 billion in 2016 and the share prices of three listed companies rose a bit on 2nd January 2017
       The share price of First Myanmar Investment (FMI) bounced back to Ks1,400 per share from a drop to Ks13,500 on 2nd January, whereas that of Myanmar Thilawa SEZ Holdings (MTSH) also rose from Ks4,400 to 4,500
       Myanmar Citizens Bank (MCB) share price reached up to Ks9,600 on 2nd January 2017
       The share prices of FMI and MTSH remained unchanged on 3rd January 2017 while the share price of MCB slipped to Ks9,300 per share
       A total of 8,148 shares were traded on 3rd January with a stock trading value of Ks 55,340,900
       The stock trading volume is up from 5,768 shares on 2nd January
       First Private Bank (FPB) is the fourth company to be listed on the Yangon Stock Exchange (YSX) and its stock trading will began on 20th January, according to an announcement released by YSX
       Additionally, educative efforts that explain the advantages of stock trading are needed in order to gain widespread public interest, said an observer

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