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Shares of the first Ugandan company at the NSE start trading

By TF News Reporter

Shares of Umeme of Uganda have started trading at the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE), seven months after it cross-listed at the bourse.Securties markets in East Africa still underdevelopedSecurties markets in East Africa still underdeveloped

On Wednesday, 1000 shares of Umeme, traded at the NSE trading platform at Sh13 per share.

Safaricom continue to dominate trade at the bourse but activity declines

By TF News Reporter

Trade at the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) declined last week with all performance indicators recording reduced activity.Safaricom CEO Bob Collymore is at the top of the industrySafaricom CEO Bob Collymore is at the top of the industry

Equities turnover declined by 30.89 per cent as bonds turnover shed 30.43 per cent. Equities and bonds indices as well as market capitalization had mixed performance in the week under review.

Trade at securities market improve as investors’ confidence increase

By Ben Kinyanjui

Trade at the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) has improved due to increased investor’s confidence following the formation of the government by President Uhuru Kenyatta.Investors' confidence is likley to boost trade in coming monthsInvestors' confidence is likley to boost trade in coming months

The president appointed 26 principal secretaries early this month after they were approved by the National Assembly. However, the president is yet to name ambassadors and high commissioners.

Trade at NSE improves as investor confidence increases

By TF News Reporter

Trade at the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) improved last week as investors review their position following the peaceful elections held on March 4.Governors elected on March 4 are expected to attract investorsGovernors elected on March 4 are expected to attract investors

Most investors had scaled down their operations fearing a recurrence of post-election violence experienced in 2007/08. However, the last election that ushered in President Uhuru Kenyatta was peaceful and transition smooth.

Trade at securities market decline despite effort to spur economic growth

By Ben Kinyanjui

The bonds market remained bullish at the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) that also witnessed a further decline in equities. National Treasury PS Dr Kamau Thugge to guide economy in a hostile environmentNational Treasury PS Dr Kamau Thugge to guide economy in a hostile environment

The decline comes during the week when President Uhuru Kenyatta appointed principal secretaries to spearhead economic policies that will ensure a double digit growth in the next five years.

Trade at securities market declines for the second week

By TF News Reporter


Trade at the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) continued on a downward trend with both the equities and bonds segments declining for the second week running.Investors have adopted a wait and see attitude Investors have adopted a wait and see attitude

All equities indices, market capitalization and bonds turnover also declined.

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