Nairobi Securities Exchange(NSE) recorded a decline in daily equity turnover to KSh 510 Million from the previous KSh 750 Million while the volume of shares traded stood at 13 million against 18.6 Million posted yesterday.
NSE top gainers and losers
The top price gainers were led by Car& General whose share price rose 9.72% to KSh 59.25 followed by Home Afrika which was up 5.56% to KSh 0.38; KCB which gained 2.78% to KSh 46.25; Standard Group which was up 1.97% to KSh 15.50 and NBV which gained 1.57% to KSh 5.18.
The worst performers were led by Eveready which decline by 10% to KSh 0.90 followed by Kapchorua Tea which declined by 8.91% to KSh 92.00, East African Portland which was down 8.22% to KSh 6.70, East Africa Cables which declined by 3.42% to KSh 1.13 and HF Group which declined by 3.15% to KSh 3.38
The Banking Sector dominated trading at the NSE and moved shares worth KSh 309 Million which accounted for 60.58% of the day’s traded value. Equity moved 2.2 Million shares valued at KSh 119.8 Million at between and KSh 52.00 and KSh 53.50. KCB was up 2.78% to KSh 46.25 and moved 1.9 Million shares valued at KSh 91 Million.
Safaricom was the day’s biggest moved with 5 million shares valued at KSh 192.8 Million at between KSh 37.10 and KSh 38.40, representing 37.76% of the day’s traded value.
Jubilee closed 1.07% lower to KSh 300.25 on a volume of 2,000 share valued at KSh 810,000 while KenGen moved 1.1 Million shares worth KSh 4.4 Million at a stable price of KSh 4.00.
The NSE 20 Share Index was up 3.52 points to 1892.89 while the NSE All Share Index was up 0.68 points to165.93. The NSE 25 Share Index gained 20.30 points to 3743.84