MOL, OTP treasury share stocks down in June
The treasury share stock of blue chips OTP Bank and oil and gas company MOL fell in June, while drugmaker Gedeon Richter bought more of its own shares, disclosures released by the issuers show.
OTP Bankʼs number of treasury shares fell to 3,825,375 at the end of June from 3,856,549 a month earlier. The shares accounted for 1.37% of registered capital. MOL had 1,530,080 treasury shares, or 1.46% of share capital, at the end of the month, down from 1,542,147 at the end of May.
Richterʼs treasury share stock rose to 1,433,797, or 0.8% of registered capital, from 1,377,481. Magyar Telekomʼs number of treasury shares were unchanged at 390,862.
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