VILNIUS - Share prices on the Nasdaq Vilnius stock exchange moved mostly higher in the outgoing week, led by Siauliu Bankas, which gained ground on a turnover of more than 1.5 million euros.
The OMX Vilnius index firmed 1.03 percent to 664.49 points. The OMX Baltic Benchmark ticked up 0.21 percent to 957.25 points and the OMX Baltic 10 index of the ten most liquid Baltic stocks rose 0.45 percent to 223.41 points.
Siauliu Bankas, quoted on the blue-chip Main List, closed the week 3.33 percent higher at 0.620 euros in trades worth 1.588 million euros.
Clothes retailer Apranga lost 1.54 percent to 2.560 euros in trades worth 226,300 euros, while telecoms company Telia Lietuva gained 0.73 percent to 0.960 euros in trades worth 125,900 euros.
Distribution grids operator Energijos Skirstymo Operatorius (ESO) slid 0.35 percent to 0.861 euros in trades worth 123,800 euros, while dairy company Vilkyskiu Pienine moved up 0.80 percent to 3.760 euros in trades worth 107,000 euros.
Paper producer Grigeo remained unchanged at 1.380 euros in trades worth 79,200 euros and agricultural investment firm Linas Agro Group was off 0.93 percent to 0.642 euros in trades worth 67,700 euros.
Dairy company Rokiskio Suris ended flat at 2.790 euros in trades worth 57,800 euros and energy terminals operator Klaipedos Nafta inched up 0.20 percent to 0.510 euros in trades worth 47,200 euros.
Agricultural investment company Auga Group, quoted on the Secondary List, charged ahead by 10 percent to 0.550 euros in trades worth 64,500 euros.
Other stocks did not cross the 40,000-euro mark in turnover.
The market's daily share turnover totaled 2.591 million euros, with 2.461 million euros for the Main List's stocks.