Djerba’s incident has had no impact on stock market trend (Tunisie Valeurs)

"Tuesday's incident in Djerba has had no impact on the stock market trend," director of the studies and research department at the stock market broker, Tunisie Valeurs, Hamza Ben Taarit told TAP on Wednesday. The official specified that "investors in the stock market have begun to develop some sort of resilience to the country's political and security situation, in the last few years " Regarding the evolution of the stock market Wednesday, he said the market opened the session at -0.04%. It posts presently a 0.05% rise. "The volume of trade was reduced to around TND 1.2 million until 12:15 p.m., as there were no block trades during the last few sessions," he added. A shooting attack occurred on Tuesday evening in Djerba; the death toll rose to five - two visitors ( a French national and a Tunisian citizen) and three policemen. This in addition to the shooter who was gunned down. Four law enforcement members suffered injuries in addition to four civilians.

Source: Agence Tunis Afrique Presse