- As the result of discussions among the authorities of the capital market, harmonizing SEO’s standards with those of International Organization of Securities Commissions, also known as IOSCO, was announced as a strategy in the post-sanctions era. According to Dr. Fetanat, the CEO of SEO, the prepared strategic roadmap is aimed at creating a common language between market practitioners in Iran and other countries. He also stressed out that the mentioned roadmap will protect investments and maintain key achievements of market officials.
- Referring to the market growth since the mid-January in a conference recently, Dr. Fetanat announced that the capital market’s tough time is over mostly after the implementation of JCPOA and called the capital market as a means for the government to repay its debt to contractors.
In the Market
Most tickers in the Chemicals sector were negatively traded. Starting the trading session in the red zone, Iran Carbon Company topped the sector in terms of the highest traded value after trading more than 53 bn shares. Polyacryl Company and Sina Chemical Industries Company ended with buy queues while tickers like Petrochemical Industries Investment Company and Pars International Products Company experienced the least price growth.
Most tickers in the Oil Products sector ended in the red, although symbols such as Tabriz Oil Refining Company and Shiraz Oil Refining Company faced with buy queues; however, being reopened with a 26% price growth the other day, Oil Industry Investment Company ended with a 14-mn-share sell queue. Besides, Bandar Abbas Oil Refining Company topped the sector in terms of the highest value traded and ended at the same previous price.
Most symbols in the Automotive sector were traded in the positive area. Being reopened today, Iran Khodro Company returned to the market with a 410 mn share buy queue. Starting the session in a positive area, more than 141 mn shares of Saipa Company were traded and the company topped the sector in terms of the highest volume traded share.
Finally, most symbols in the Metals sector faced sell-offs and tickers, including Gazlouleh Company and Khuzestan Steel Company ended with buy queues. Continuing its positive trend, Esfahan Steel Company experienced a 4.5% growth and after trading more than 57 mn shares, it topped the sector in terms of the highest volume traded.
TSE at a Glance
Summary of Trades
TSE’s Top 10 Stocks
TSE Major Sectors’ Daily Performance
Trading Halts and Reopenings
IFB at a Glance
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