- Today, President Rouhani left the country to visit Italy and France, accompanied by a big economic delegation. Being planned for November, the trip had been postponed by the attacks in Paris; it will take 4 days and documents of cooperation between the mentioned countries and Iran might be signed.
- Reducing investment risks threatening the capital market, JCPOA has breathed a fresh air to Iran’s bourse. As the former Managing Director of Iran Fara Bourse has said, the market seems to be back on track and the implementation of this deal has been interpreted as indicative of the development of domestic industries and the establishment of trust between the market and investors.
In the Market
All tickers in the Metals sector, except from Gazlouleh Company, ended in the green. Esfahan’s Mobarake Steel Company attracted investors’ attention and was traded in high volumes; it has been heard that President Rouhani is about to ink a $2 bn agreement between this company and an Italian Steel Company. Tickers, including Esfahan Steel Company and National Iranian Copper Industries Company faced buy queues among which after trading more than 10 mn shares, the latter ended with a 33-mn buy queue. In addition, Hormozgan-e Jonoub Steel Company experienced a 1% price growth.
Positive trades were seen in the Atomotive sector such that symbols, including Iran Khodro Company and Zamyad Company ended with buy queues. After trading 157 mn shares, Iran Khodro Diesel Company ended with a 10-mn buy queue. Besides, more than 54 mn shares of Pars Khodro Company were traded and it ended with a 30-mn share buy queue. Despite starting the session in the negative zone, Bahman Group Company also faced a 13-mn share buy queue. President Rouhani’s recent trip to Europe and the anticipated contract between French Automotive Mfg. Company and Iran have positively affected investors.
All symbols in the Oil Products sector ended in the green; tickers such as Oil Industry Investment Company and Behran Oil Company faced buy queues. Irrespective of beginning the session in the negative zone, Lavan Oil Refining Company experienced a 2% growth and faced a 2-mn share buy queue.
Finally, except from 6 symbols, other tickers in the Chemicals sector were traded positively. Polyacryl Company, Sina Chemicals Industries and Shazand Petrochemical Company faced buy queues. Besides, Tamin Petroleum and Petrochemical Investment Company experienced a 5% price and topped the sector in terms of the highest value traded and Iranian Petrochemical Investment Company topped the sector in terms of the highest value traded, after trading more than 37 mn shares.
TSE at a Glance[caption id="attachment_6122" align="alignnone" width="880"] TSE at a Glance[/caption]
Summary of Trades[caption id="attachment_6123" align="alignnone" width="874"] Summary of Trades[/caption]
TSE Top 10 Stocks[caption id="attachment_6124" align="alignnone" width="1201"] TSE Top 10 Stocks[/caption]
TSE Major Sectors’ Daily Performance[caption id="attachment_6125" align="aligncenter" width="607"] TSE Major Sectors’ Daily Performance[/caption]
Trading Halts and Reopenings[caption id="attachment_6126" align="alignnone" width="836"] Trading Halts and Reopenings[/caption]
IFB at a Glance[caption id="attachment_6127" align="alignnone" width="829"] IFB at a Glance[/caption]
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