Mongolian Stock Exchange - Trade Report for 2010
64.5 million Stocks of 136 companies were traded for 62.9 billion tugrugs, 3 thousand government bonds were traded for 30 billion tugrugs during 253 days of trading in 2010.
67.7% or 62.9 billion tugrugs of total transactions were stock trading and 32.3% or 30 billion tugrugs was Government bonds trading.
Total trading has increased by 171.1% or 39.7 billion tugrugs compared to last year’s.
On average, 255 thousand stocks or 248.5 million tugrugs of trading occurs daily.
|2||Genco Tour Bureau||8.7|
|6||Mongolian Development Resources||2.9|
|5||Mongolian Development Resources||3.4|
|Securities||Total Trading Value||Change|
|Stocks(value by billion tugrus)||23.2||62.9||+39.7||+171.1|
|Stocks (shares by millions)||89.9||64.5||-25.4||-28.3|
During 3,799th Trading of Mongolian Stock Exchange on September 17th, 2010, 3,000 government bonds with total value of 30 billion tugrugs were traded. Bonds were traded by their interest rates. 1,500 bonds with 7.5% interest rate and 365 days was traded with 7.2% interest rate (700 bonds), and with 7.29% interest rate (800 bonds). 1,500 bonds with 7.8% interest rate and 546 days was traded with 7.79% interest rate (1,117 bonds), and with 7.8% interest rate (383 bonds). Since they were traded by their interest rates, government saved 42.2 million tugrugs from interest expenses.
Total market value increased 2.2 times or by 753.2 billion tugrugs compared to last year’s, to 1 trillion 373.9 billion tugrugs.
In 2010, the highest point TOP-20 index reached was 15,039.97, lowest was 6,144.28 and with an average of 10,582.8. If TOP-20 index rate on December 31, 2010 was compared to the previous years, then it increased 2.4 times or by 8,569.9 points to 14,759.81. TOP-20 index started increasing continuously since the beginning of the year and on September 8th, 2010 it reached 15,039.97 points which was the record high point in MSE history.
Increase in share price of following companies that make up TOP-20 index, Sharyn Gol (519.1%), Mogoin Gol (499.0%), Shivee Ovoo (324.2%), Tavan Tolgoi (326.7%), APU (215.9%), Baganuur (200.0%), Talkh Chikher (85.0%), Naco Fuel (64.1%), Khukh Gan (57.1%), Makh Impex (56.5%), BDSec (56.3%), and Telecom Mongolia (52.8%) were the reason of the index’s rapid growth.
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