The Casablanca Stock Exchange closed the week from January 16 to 20, 2023 in the red, its main index, the Masi, dropping 1.08% to 10,212.84 points.
During this week, the Morocco Stock Index 20 (MSI20), which reflects the price performance of the 20 most liquid companies, lost 1.18% to 819.25 points, while the Casablanca ESG 10, the Environment benchmark index, lost 1.18% to 819.25 points. Social and Governance (ESG), fell 0.6% to 780.95 points.
At the end of this week, 12 sectors ended down while ten ended up and one sector was stable. The transport sector (-9.71%) showed the strongest decline, followed by that of electricity (-4.59%) and insurance (-3.72%). On the upside, the health sector achieved the best performance (+9.45%), ahead of that of engineering and industrial capital goods (+5.12%) and pharmaceuticals (2.09%). ).
The overall volume of trade amounted to more than 491.24 million dirhams (MDH), of which 392.76 MDH carried out on the central share market, 75.65 MDH on the share block market, 21.05 MDH on the bond block market and 1.77 MDH on the transfer market. On the podium of the most active values, Itissalat Al Maghrib is in the lead with a volume of 76.8 MDH, followed by Attijariwafa Bank (61 MDH) and BCP (31.97 MDH).
Market capitalization amounted to 535.58 billion dirhams. On the individual values side, the biggest drops were recorded by Residences Dar Saada (-16.77% to 13 DH), CDM (-11.62% to 530.3 DH), CTM (-10.22% to 605 DH ), Atlantasanad (-8.8% to 114 DH) and TotalEnergies Marketing Morocco (-7.35% to 1110 DH).
The best performances of the week were the work of Maghreb Oxygene (+16.9% to 263.5 DH), Disty Technologies (+14.92% to 204.55 DH), Stroc Industrie (+10.21% at 41.33 DH), Akdital (+9.45% at 299.9 DH) and Lesieur Cristal (+8.11% at 240 DH).