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TEDPIX Ends Sunday Trading Over 95,500

About 1.9 billion shares valued at $110.65 million changed hands at TSE on Dec. 31.About 1.9 billion shares valued at $110.65 million changed hands at TSE on Dec. 31.

Tehran Stock Exchange’s main index lost 1,649.82 points or 1.7% to end Sunday trade at 95,561.6.

About 1.9 billion shares valued at $110.65 million changed hands at TSE for the day.

Trading at TSE and Iran Fara Bourse starts on Saturday and ends on Wednesday.

Bank Sina was the biggest riser, going up 4.75% to 1,014 rials per share.

Kaveh Paper Industries incurred the biggest loss among all TSE-listed companies, as it went down 7.91% to 2,761 rials per share.

Mobarakeh Steel Company weighed the most on TEDPIX, followed by MAPNA Group and Tamin Petroleum and Petrochemical Investment Company.

Pardis Petrochemical Company gave the biggest boost to the benchmark index, followed by Sina Bank and Fajr Petrochemical Company.

The Price Index lost 528.77 points to close at 30,628.

The First Market Index was down 1,251.83 points to post 67,764.1.

The Second Market Index shed 3,090.82 points to reach 204,105.2.

The Industry Index lost 1,520.52 points to register 84,264.4.

The Free Float Index gave up 1,970.67 points to end at 102,513.29.

The TSE 30 was down 79.6 points to settle at 4,166.5 and the TSE 50 lost 72.18 points to finish at 3,965.4.

 IFX Loses 35.63 Points

Iran Fara Bourse’s main index IFX lost 35.63 points or 3.33% to close Sunday trade at 1.033.3.

About 560.49 million securities valued at $35.35 million were traded at the over-the-counter exchange for the day.

Esfahan Steel Company witnessed the highest number of traded shares and trade value, as 139.12 million of its shares worth $2.55 million were traded.

Afranet Company, Pasargad Insurance and Amin Reinsurance registered the highest value increase.

Iran & Shargh Leasing Company, Mobinone Kish Company and Iran Cultural Heritage and Tourism Investment Group Company suffered the biggest decline.

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