LJUBLJANA (Slovenia), December 18 (SeeNews) – The benchmark index of the Ljubljana Stock Exchange, the SBITOP, fell amid lower turnover on Friday, bourse data indicated.
The SBITOP, which tracks the most liquid and highly capitalised stocks on the Ljubljana Stock Exchange, LJSE, fell 0.28% to 688.24 points after adding 1.04% on Thursday.
Four of seven blue chips of the LJSE closed lower, three gained.
Household appliances maker Gorenje [LJE:GRVG] lead the SBITOP advancers, adding 2.4% to 4.700 euro ($5.0).
Gorenje was also the most traded blue chip with 6,467 shares changing hands.
Drug maker Krka [LJE:KRKG] led the SBITOP decliners, falling 1.11% to 62.20 euro.
Total daily turnover on the LJSE fell to 1 million euro from 1.37 million euro on Thursday.
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