The Casablanca Stock Exchange ended the period from 07 to 11 September in good shape, its two main indices, Masi and Madex gaining 0.41% and 0.44% respectively. The Masi, a global index made up of all equity-type securities, rose to 10,232.32 points and the Madex, a compact index made up of stocks listed on a continuous basis, to 8,319.35 points.
Regarding the international indices, the FTSE CSE Morocco 15 rose by 0.92% to 9,223.06 points and the FTSE Morocco AllLiquid by 0.45% to 8,819.14 points. The benchmark Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) “Casablanca ESG 10”, for its part, dropped 0.1% to 771.31 points, reports MAP.
From a sector perspective, the “leisure and hotels” compartment posted the best performance with a gain of 4.26%, ahead of those of “transport” (3.33%), “hardware, software and IT services” (2 , 77%) and insurance (2.59%). Counter-trend, “engineering and industrial capital goods”, “utilities” and “portfolio companies-Holdings” yielded 12.3%, 3.98% and 1.29%.
The market capitalization was around 529.2 billion dirhams (MMDH) and the overall volume reached more than 298.5 million dirhams (MDH). In addition, Alliances shares climbed 11.53%, the largest increase in Masi, followed by Auto Hall (+ 8.06%) and Mutandis (+ 7.28%).
In contrast, Delattre Levivier Maroc fell 18.42%, while Fenie Brossette, Lydec, BMCI and Douja Prom Addoha lost 9.53%, 3.98%, 3.26% and 2.05% respectively. At the top of the most active instruments of the week is Label’Vie (21.76%), followed by Mutandis (11.16%), Attijariwafa Bank (10.91%) and BCP (9.09%).