Morning Note /
Bulgaria

Morning Bulletin - 28 September 2021

    Contributors
    Mihail Dimitrov
    Martin Dimitrov
    First Financial Brokerage House
    28 September 2021

    The Bulgarian equities registered increased volatility on Monday, which ended in positive results for all indexes as SOFIX (571.80) gained the most 1.38%. The buying interest in Doverie United Holding (DUH, BGN 7.60) absorbed the new shares from the recent capital increase and the company registered 10.79% jump with significant volume. The names from the financial and tech sectors moved in opposite directions as Central Cooperative Bank (CCB, BGN 1.02) and Allterco (A4L, BGN 20.60) added respectively 4.08% and 3.00%, while First Investment Bank (5F4, BGN 1.70, -2.30%) and Telelink Group (TBS, BGN 16.30, -3.30%) finished in the red zone. Sopharma (SFA, +2.14%) continued to steadily climb to BGN 3.82, while Sopharma Trading (SFT) finished at BGN 4.82 by decreasing 2.43%. BGREIT (160.65) alone fell by 0.58% in this trading session as the slips of Bulgarian Real Estate Fund (BREF, BGN 2.21, -2.21%) and Advance Terrafund (ATER, BGN 2.57, -1.15%) weighed on the index.