The Casablanca Stock Exchange closed the week from July 3 to July 7 down slightly, its main index, the MASI, losing 0.03% to 11,575.81 points (pts).
During this week, the MASI.20, which includes the 20 most liquid stocks, fell by 0.47% to 938.35 pts and the MASI.ESG, an index of companies with the best ESG rating, such as published by Moody’s ESG Solutions, dropped 0.33% to 865.89 pts.
The MASI Mid and Small Cap, thematic index which calculates the price performance of small and medium-sized listed companies, rose by 1.65% to 928.75 pts.
Since the start of the year, these four indices have posted respective performances of 7.98%, 9.44%, 7.56% and 10.64%.
On the sectoral level, 12 indices of the 23 represented on the Casablanca side ended up, while the remaining 11 showed a gray face.
In detail, the electricity sector (+10.83%) recorded the strongest increase of the week, ahead of that of real estate (+8.55%) and health (+8.39%). ).
On the losing side, the insurance sector suffered the largest decline (-1.98%), followed by REITs (-1.82%) and pharmaceuticals (-1.98%). 40%).
The overall volume of trade amounted to more than 419.64 million dirhams (MDH), carried out mainly on the central market and dominated by transactions involving BCP (57.47 MDH), Sodep-Marsa Maroc (42 .61 MDH) and Akdital (35.39 MDH).
Market capitalization stood at more than 598.91 billion dirhams (MMDH).
On the value front, the best performances were achieved by Résidences Dar Saada (+10.69% to 19.15 DH), Alliances (+9.11% to 88.60 DH), Douja Prom Addoha (+8, 27% to 10.61 DH), Taqa Morocco (+8.27% to 1,100 DH) and Akdital (+7.61% to 373.95 DH).
On the other hand, the biggest drops of the week were recorded by Ciments du Maroc (-3.66% to 1,474 DH), M2M Group (-3.45% to 700 DH), Managem (-3.32% to 1,895 DH), TotalEnergies Marketing Morocco (-2.69% to 1,265 DH) and CIH (-2.53% to 359 DH).