The Stock Exchange of El Salvador traded $5.6 million

The trade of international stock marked an important growth during the first semester of the year, indicated the Stock Exchange of El Salvador (BVES).

Monday, August 11, 2008

The purchase of shares increased to $3.3 million, while sales rose to $2.3 million, for a total trade of $5.6 million.
The BVES reported that from January 1 to July 29, 89% of the purchases were done by individuals; 8% by companies from the services sector and the rest by industry. 95% of the sale of international shares was done by individuals and 5% by companies from the services sector.

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