Sokrat -Asia, a part of Ukraine’s Sokrat Investment Group, received a license from the State Committee of Property Management of Uzbekistan to carry out professional activity on security trading, the Ukrainian company said in a statement.
On 22 October, the secondary market was active at the Uzbekistan Stock Exchange (UzSE) “Tashkent”. There were 40 deals registered involving stocks of 9 issuers. During the day investors purchased major stock holdings of three issuers.
Investor paid US$11,556.45 for one third of OJSC Chust tumani MTP (“Machine-tractor fleet of Chust region”) on 21 October.
Total trade turnover at the Uzbekistan Stock Exchange “Tashkent” (UzSE) made US$17,000 on 20 October. During the day, stocks of 5 companies were traded an no deals on primary and secondary markets for foreign currency was registered.
Investors were relatively active for the last five trading days at Uzbekistan Stock Exchange “Tashkent” (UzSE). Several deals on purchasing of large stock holdings were registered, including deals on JSC Uzbektelekom, Uzbek coal and Uztransgas.
On 16 October, trade session was more active than for the last several days at the Uzbekistan Stock Exchange “Tashkent”. Total turnover reached US$84,400.
Uzbekistan Stock Exchange “Tashkent” has announced that Toshkent Don Mahsulot (Tashkent Grain-Crop Products) was included in official exchange listing under category “B”.
After International Finance Corporation (IFC), the EBRD is considering an equity investment of up to US$10 million in Aureos Central Asia Fund to focus on equity and quasi-equity investments in fast growing medium-sized enterprises in Central Asia (Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyz Republic, Turkmenistan and Tajikistan), Azerbaijan and Georgia.
The Association of National Numbering Agencies (ANNA) has confirmed the authority of the National Depository Center (NDC), Russia’s only settlement depository servicing the full range of securities issued by Russian issuers, as a Substitute Numbering Agency for the Republic of Uzbekistan.
The United Nations warned yesterday that it no longer has enough money to keep global malnutrition at bay this year in the face of a dramatic upward surge in world commodity prices, which have created a "new face of hunger".