12.Oct .2020 12:00

Price of most Georgian companies' shares up on the LSE

Price of most Georgian companies' shares up on the LSE
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Price of most Georgian companies’ shares are increased on the London Stock Exchange.

The current condition on the stock exchange is as follows:

Bank of Georgia share price increased by 3.15% and per share value amounts to 9.18 GBP. As a result of the increase, market capitalization of the company has grown by 14 million GBP and now it totals to 451.38 million GBP. According to the LSE, during the week, Bank of Georgia shares cost of 1,650,398 GBP were traded.

Georgia Capital PLC (CGEO LN) shares price increase made up 9.33%, as a result per share value became 4.10 GBP. Market capitalization of the company has increased by 17 million GBP and now it amounts to 196.41 million GBP. As of the stock exchange, Georgia Capital shares, cost of 1,146,251 were traded during the week.

The value TBC PLC shares decreased by 1.59% and cost of per share value totals to 9.88 GBP. However, market capitalization of TBC declined by 8 million GBP and amounts to 544.94 million GBP. According to the LSE, during the week, TBC PLC shares cost of 1,534,529 GBP were traded.

To remind, "Georgian Healthcare Group" (GHG) is no longer traded on the stock exchange from August 5, 2020, as the company has completely moved to "Georgian Capital".

As for the bonds issued by state-owned companies - Railway and Gas and Oil Corporation, the change in their bonds is as follows:

Railway - bond value is 105.20 USD - change over the last week + 0.04%. On an annual basis, the bond value is reduced by 3.96%.

Oil and Gas Corporation - bond value is 101.90 USD - change over the past week + 0.07%. On an annual basis, the bond value is reduced by 2.20%. In late September, it was announced that the Oil and Gas Corporation would refinance $ 250 million worth of bonds through a loan from the EBRD.