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Safaricom, Equity and KCB remain the most active counters at NSE

By TF News Reporter

Safaricom, Equity Bank and KCB were the three most active counters at the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) last week with 35.81 million, 11.62 million and 8.09 million shares traded, respectively. KCB shares doing well at the NSEKCB shares doing well at the NSE

The least active sector was Automobile and Accessories sector with 62,200 shares.

Telecommunications and technology sector dominates trade at NSE

By TF News Reporter

The telecommunications and technology sector dominated trade at the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE).last week by moving 172.14 million shares that accounted for 70.58 per cent of all shares traded.Safricom CEO Bob CollymoreSafricom CEO Bob Collymore

Other sectors that dominated trade include banking that transacted 46.37 million shares accounting for 19.01 per cent and energy and petroleum that traded 8.86 million or 3.63 per cent of all shares.

Trade at Nairobi Securities Exchange declines

By TF News

Trade at the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) declined last week with equities turnover down by Sh4.61 billion.Mumias Sugar shares continue to do well at NSE despite financial woes facing the companyMumias Sugar shares continue to do well at NSE despite financial woes facing the company

Market capitalization also declined by Sh19.84 billion, and bonds turnover by 3.47 billion.

List at Nairobi Securities Exchange to raise capital, President Kenyatta urges SMEs

By PPS

President Uhuru Kenyatta has encouraged more Kenyan Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) to list on the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) to fund their expansion.President Uhuru Kenyatta and First Lady Margaret Kenyatta flanked by Vice Mayor Zhang Wen (Left) and the Chinese Ambassador to kenya Ambassador Liu Guangyuan (R) strike the bell to start the day's trading when they visited the Shenzen Stock Exchange (SHZ) in China.President Uhuru Kenyatta and First Lady Margaret Kenyatta flanked by Vice Mayor Zhang Wen (Left) and the Chinese Ambassador to kenya Ambassador Liu Guangyuan (R) strike the bell to start the day's trading when they visited the Shenzen Stock Exchange (SHZ) in China.

President Kenyatta said increased SMEs activity at the bourse would consolidate Kenya’s position as a regional financial hub.

Trade at the NSE boosted by improved half trading results

By TF News Reporter

The banking sector dominated trade during the week where all capital markets performance indicators recorded improvement.Banks have posted good half year resultsBanks have posted good half year results

Equities turnover rose by 70.5 per cent, while the bonds turnover rose by 29 per cent. All equities and bonds indices rose, signifying increase in share prices as listed companies released second quarter results.

Trade at Nairobi Securities Exchange declines

By TF News Reporter

Trade at the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) declined last week with equities turnover declining by 12.40 per cent as bonds turnover shed 15.30 per cent. The agricultural sector is not doing well at the NSEThe agricultural sector is not doing well at the NSE

All equities and bonds indices as well as market capitalization edged lower than in the previous week.

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