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Expected strong trading results to boost Nairobi Securities Exchange

 

 

By Ben Kinyanjui

Trade at the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) improved for the equities segment last week due to expected strong end year results by some listed companies.Strong trading results from the financial sector to boost trade at NSEStrong trading results from the financial sector to boost trade at NSE

Among those which have announced impressive half year and full years trading results is Barclays Bank of Kenya and East African Breweries Limited.

Trade at the Nairobi Securities Exchange hold firm despite building tension ahead of March 4 poll

By Ben Kinyanjui

Trade at the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) improved last week with both equities and bonds segments recording significant gains in all market indices. Technology sector led by Safaricom doing well at NSETechnology sector led by Safaricom doing well at NSE

NSE 20 Share Index crossed the 4,500 point mark during the week, at 4,561.16 points compared with 4,416.60 points on January 31.

Trade at the Nairobi Securities Exchange holds firm ahead of March 4 polls

By Ben Kinyanjui

Trade at the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) improved last week with both equities and bonds segments recording some significant gains barely a month to the March 4 general elections. Agricultural sector doing badly at NSEAgricultural sector doing badly at NSE

However, on the losing end was equity turnover on account of reduced number of shares transacted.

Increased political activity slows down trade at the Nairobi Securities Exchange

 

By TFN Reporter

Trade at the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) declined last week as political activity leading to the March 4 election increased.Equity Bank CEO James Mwangi has steered bank to become a major player in banking and also NSEEquity Bank CEO James Mwangi has steered bank to become a major player in banking and also NSE

Chaotic primaries that witnessed sporadic violence and demonstrations in some areas are likely to have contributed to the slow down as investors hold onto their portfolio awaiting the outcome of the elections.

Trade at the Nairobi Securities Exchange remains strong despite pending March 4 polls

 

By Ben Kinyanjui


Trade at the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) remained strong last week despite tensed political environment that witnessed chaotic and violent party primaries in some parts of the country.former Finance minister Mr Uhuru Kenyatta is seeking the presidency through Jubilee coalitionformer Finance minister Mr Uhuru Kenyatta is seeking the presidency through Jubilee coalition

The process to pick candidates for the March 4 general elections was marred by violent protests especially in the strongholds of the two major political alliances, Cord and Jubilee.

Trade at Nairobi Securities Exchange remain strong despite intense political activity

By Ben Kinyanjui

Trade at the Nairobi Securities exchange (NSE) has defied political heat to remain strong 60 days to the general elections scheduled for March 4.Safaricom CEO Bob Collymore. The company continues to dominate trade at NSESafaricom CEO Bob Collymore. The company continues to dominate trade at NSE

Trade at the NSE is normally the first to suffer during an election year as foreign investors either sell their positions or reduce it drastically in fear of post-election violence associated with general elections since 1992.

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