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TEDPIX Keeps Losing

Over 969 million shares worth $54 million were traded at TSE on Feb. 5.Over 969 million shares worth $54 million were traded at TSE on Feb. 5.

Tehran Stock Exchange’s main index lost 209.70 points or 0.27% to end Sunday trade at 76,616.

More than 969 million shares valued at $54 million changed hands for the day.

Iranian Parenteral & Pharmaceutical Company incurred the biggest loss among all TSE-listed companies, as it went down 4.99% to 11,630 rials per share.

Barkat Pharmaceutical Company was the biggest riser, going up 140.1% to 2,401 rials per share.

SAIPA weighed the most on TEDPIX, followed by Parsian Oil and Gas Development Company and Iran Khdoro.

Bank Mellat gave the biggest boost to the benchmark, followed by Mobin Petrochemical Company and Abidi Pharmaceutical Company.

The Price Index dropped by 73.40 points or 0.27% to stand at 26,811.1.

The First Market Index lost 166.50 points or 0.31% to post 54,125.2.

The Second Market Index shed 346.80 points or 0.21% to reach 164,495.2.

The Industry Index gave up 215.40 points or 0.33% to register 65,518.7.

The Free Float Index wiped 288.60 points or 0.34% to close at 83,728.70.

The TSE 30 Index tumbled by 6 points or 0.19% to settle at 3,079.5 while the TSE 50 Index lost 6.30 points or 0.21% to finish at 3,011.2.

  IFX Down 0.3%

The over-the-counter Iran Fara Bourse’s main index, IFX, shed 2.51 points or 0.3% to end Sunday trade at 836.92.

Close to 203 million securities valued at $31.7 million were traded at the over-the-counter exchange for the day.

Rail Pardaz Seir Company saw the highest number of traded shares, as 15.3 million of its shares changed hands.

Tuka Paint Company showed the highest trade value, with the trading of shares worth $2.39 million.

Behpak Industrial Company, Tuka Refractories Company and Kimiya Zanjan Gostaran Company had the highest value increase.

Saman Insurance, Iranian Reinsurance and Atieh Dadeh Pardaz suffered the highest decline.

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