Drop Down And Give Us Some Push Ups Shares Of Agricultural Holdings Fell Due To Martial Law Within Acceptable Limits

After the introduction of martial law, stock prices of the Ukrainian agricultural companies fell within acceptable limits, according to the UkrAgroConsult analysts.

The development of the conflict between Ukraine and Russia has so far only affected the greater “mass character” of a one-day reduction in the price of shares compared to other periods, experts of the company say.

For example, the shares of Agroton holding fell by 13.5%, Milkiland – by 8.57%, Kernel – by 4.86%, Ovostar – by 3.51%, Astarta – by 3 %, 04%. Stock prices of other corporations, for example, Avangard, KSG Agro, and AgroGeneration almost stayed still.

As we reported earlier, the escalation of the conflict on the Sea of Azov and the martial law introduced in connection with this, brings transport, price, legal and other risks to the Ukrainian agro-industrial complex.