July 10 (Bloomberg) -- Koza Anadolu Metal Madencilik Isletmeleri AS, a Turkish miner, rose for a third day after Ekspres Invest put the company on its recommended stocks list, saying new projects offer high growth potential.
The shares climbed 2.7 percent to 3.86 liras at 10:10 a.m. in Istanbul, the biggest jump on a closing basis since June 29. Istanbul-based brokerage Ekspres added Koza to its “long ideas list” while cutting Bizim Toptan Satis Magazalari AS, a discount retailer, according to an e-mailed report today.
Koza Anadolu will benefit from “the exploration of new copper minerals through two new projects, which will diversify the holding portfolio with well-positioned and high-growth promising mining assets,” Ekspres said.
The 12-month price estimate for the share is 5.12 liras, according to Ekspres.
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