Czech equities, as measured by the PX Index, were off by 0.1% for the past week, to close at 1,908.3. The overall volume of trading on the PSE reached USD 1,421.5m, 35.8% above its 12M weekly average of USD 1,046.6m.
Also, over the past week the main PX index reached record levels. The best performer of the week was , gaining 6.6% following the pattern set by its US traded shares, improving on its previous all-time high. The second gainer O2 CR, closed the week up 5.3%, being supported by an analyst's upgrade. erased 5.2% due to the prevalent negative sentiment on the European banking sector and in line with its trading in Vienna. The most actively traded was CEZ, which strengthened on support from international accounts. A huge volume also went through the market in . The stock showed a free-fall (down 15.2%) after its management announced a profit warning for the second time this year prior to its release of 3Q07 results. Both real estate developers and lost 3.6% on the back of negative sentiment.
Komercni Banka is the next company reporting on its 3Q07, which it will do this week on Thursday, November 8. In addition, the usual macroeconomic data will be released this week.