The initial composition of the CROBEXprime will include ADPlastik, Arena Hospitality Group, Atlantic and Podravka.
On 21 January, ZSE published a document in which they introduced a new index, CROBEXprime.
CROBEXprime represents a free float market capitalization weighted index, meaning that the weight of each share will be determined based on their free float market capitalization. Note that the weight of each constituent share will be capped to 30%. The index will include all shares listed in the Prime Market of ZSE and its total return will take into account dividends.
The initial composition of the CROBEXprime will include ADPlastik, Arena Hospitality Group, Atlantic and Podravka, but we can expect the number of components to increase, as more companies join the prime market.
Note that CROBEXprime will be the tenth ZSE equity index.
The deal amounts to 14.1% of their 2017 sales revenues, however it is still unknown how much will each partner book individually.
Energoprojekt Holding and French company Colas Rail have concluded a reconstruction deal with Infrastrukture Železnice Srbije (Serbian Railways). The reconstruction will include both construction and electrical work, which will include two parts. Part 1 will include the reconstruction of the road section Jajinci – Mala Krsna, while part 2 will include the reconstruction of the rail station Mala Krsna. The deadline for completion of each part is 450 days.
The value of part 1 amounts to EUR 30.3m, while part 2 amounts to EUR 8.9m, making the total deal worth to EUR 39.2m. Note that it is still unknown how much will each partner book individually.
The total deal amounts to 14.1% of Energoprojekt Holding’s 2017 sales revenues.
With this acquisition MedLife would hold 90% of the shares of the Oltenia Group and 83% of the PDR Brasov Group
On 21 January, MedLife published a document about the acquisition of a new 35% stake in the SAMA group of companies in Craiova, which is one of the most important medical services providers in Southwestern Romania. According to the company statement, with this acquisition MedLife would hold 90% of the shares of the Oltenia Group (from 55% initial share). The SAMA Group consists of three multidisciplinary clinics, including a day inpatient unit, a kinesitherapy centre, two occupational health centres, six laboratories and several sampling points.
Furthermore, MedLife also acquired another 3% of PDR Brasov group, which is one of the most important medical services providers in Romania, and now holds 83% of the shares (from 80% initial share).