Mercator, Letrika Privatisations Give Stock Market Fresh Impetus
Ljubljana, 30 June - Shares in the Ljubljana Stock Exchange rose more than 4% last week, fuelled primarily by the news about the privatisation of two Slovenian companies - grocer Mercator and car electronics maker Letrika. Turnover was also high at over EUR 11m during the four trading days as financial markets were closed Wednesday due to a holiday.
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