Equity market trading value totals K1.5B+ in April

The grand trading value of the eight listed companies on the Yangon Stock Exchange (YSX) registered the highest of over K1.558 billion, with 603,906 shares traded in May, according to the monthly report released by the exchange.
The equity market registered trading values of K1 billion with 425,102 shares in January 2024, K693 million with 253,178 million in February, K1.34 billion with 560,687 shares in March and K473 million with 177,812 shares in April, respectively.
At present, shares of eight listed companies — First Myanmar Investment (FMI), Myanmar Thilawa SEZ Holdings (MTSH), Myanmar Citizens Bank (MCB), First Private Bank (FPB), TMH Telecom Public Co Ltd (TMH), the Ever Flow River Group Public Co Ltd (EFR), Amata Holding Public Co Ltd (AMATA) and Myanmar Agro Exchange Public Co Ltd (MAEX) are traded in the security market.
MTSH topped the trading with 294,185 shares worth K854.24 million, followed by 202,769 shares of FPB worth over K311.78 million, 21,582 shares of FMI worth K188.67 million, 39,500 shares of EFR worth over K65.69 million, 28,410 shares of MAEX worth K59.99 million, 5,784 shares of MCB worth K46.28 million, 11,230 shares of TMH worth K29.76 million, 446 shares of AMATA worth K2.06 million and respectively last month.
The trading value in May is more than one billion (426,094 shares), higher than that of April. — NN/EM

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