EghtesadOnline: Tehran Stock Exchange’s main index shed 419.60 points or 0.50% to end Sunday trade at 83,255.7.
About 404 million shares valued at $36.82 million changed hands for the day.
Trading at TSE and Iran Fara Bourse starts on Saturday and ends on Wednesday. Saturday trading was closed this week due to a holiday.
Iran Mineral Processing Company incurred the biggest loss among all TSE-listed companies, as it went down 4.99% to 12,100 rials per share, Financial Tribune reported.
Tehran Stock Exchange was the biggest riser, going up 4.98% to 3,813 rials per share.
National Iranian Copper Industries Company weighed the most on TEDPIX, followed by Mobarakeh Steel Company and Golgohar Mining and Industrial Company.
Mobile Telecommunicatios Company of Iran gave the biggest boost to the benchmark, followed by Jam Petrochemical Company and Tamin Petroleum and Petrochemical Investment.
The Price Index lost 139.20 points or 0.51% to close at 26,967.4. The First Market Index was down 438.50 points or 0.51% to post 58,105.
The Second Market Index gave up 129.40 points or 0.07% to reach 182,727.6. The Industry Index lost 419 points or 0.58% to register 72,256.6. The Free Float Index dropped 640.16 points or 0.70% to close at 91,073.50.
The TSE 30 gave up 34.60 points or 1.01% to settle at 3,385.1 while the TSE 50 fell by 18.80 points or 0.57% to finish at 3,279.8.
IFX Loses 5.04 Points
Iran Fara Bourse’s main index IFX shed 5.04 points or 0.53% to close Sunday trade at 943.35.
Close to 18.89 million securities valued at $34.93 million were traded at the over-the-counter exchange for the day.
Esfahan Steel Company witnessed the highest number of traded shares, as 44.79 million of its shares changed hands.
Pars Paper Industries had the highest trade value, with the trade of shares worth $2.39 million.
MobinOne Kish, Tadbirgaran Fars and Khuzestan and Chaharmahal Sugar Company registered the highest value increase.
Tuka Paint, Zarin Madan Asia and Zangan Zinc Industries suffered the biggest decline.
Esfahan Steel Company, Middle East Mines and Mining Industries Development Holding Company and Sarcheshmeh Copper Investment Company had the most negative impact on the IFB benchmark.