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Trade at Nairobi Securities Exchange starts on high note in 2013

 

By TFN Reporter

Trade at the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) started on a high note in 2013 with most key market indicators for the equities segment rising. Banking sector is among the counters driving trade at NSEBanking sector is among the counters driving trade at NSE

However, the bonds market activity was low, but the associated index rose, implying higher capital gains.

Trade at Nairobi Securities Exchange remain strong as year 2012 ends

By Ben Kinyanjui

Trade at the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) remains strong with all key market indicators on the rise for both the equities and bonds segments, a sign that the year was good for the capital markets. Telecommunications sector led by Safaricom has dominated trade through 2012Telecommunications sector led by Safaricom has dominated trade through 2012

The NSE 20 Share Index rose to 4,127.60 points on December 20 from 4,031.70 points on December 13 while the NASI increased to 94 points from 92.80 points

Trade at Nairobi Securities Exchange remain robust as the year closes

By Ben Kinyanjui

The Agriculture sector continued to under perform at the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) even as the market continued to hold firm during an election year. The sector moved 70,400 shares during the week ending December 13.Despite favourable weather this year, agricultural sector is doing badly at NSEDespite favourable weather this year, agricultural sector is doing badly at NSE

During the period, the NSE 20 Share Index rose to 4,031.70 points from 4,022.64 points on December 6th, 2012 while NASI gained to 92.80 points from 91.52 points.

Trade at Nairobi Securities Exchange slows down as political activity increase

By TFN Reporter

Trade at the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) slowed down last week with a majority of key market indicators on the decline but turnover in equities and bonds as well as the number of shares traded recorded gains. Prime minister Raila Odinga is among candidates seeking presidency Prime minister Raila Odinga is among candidates seeking presidency

Experts say trade is expected to slow down as political environment heat up as politicians move to consolidate their positions ahead of March next year poll.

Securities markets withstand political bickering and remain robust ahead of March elections

By Ben Kinyanjui

 

 

Investor confidence remains high at the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) with all market indices and market capitalization closing in positive territory last week.PM Raila Odinga is one of those seeking the presidency next yearPM Raila Odinga is one of those seeking the presidency next year

 

 

However, turnover for both bonds and equities lost declined.

Trading at NSE remain strong five motnhs to the poll

By TFN Reporter

Trading at the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) remains strong five months to the general elections that in previous years slowed performance due reduced investor confidence during an election year.Equity bank shares doing well at NSE Equity bank shares doing well at NSE

Kenya is expected to hold its general election in March next year, five years after a similar vote in 2007/08 sparked violence that disrupted economic activity for near three months.

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