Weekly Review

NSE Nairobi Securities Exchange

NSE Weekly Market Review – Week 20, 2021

Trading on the secondary bond market at the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) posted a 5.63% rise in activity with Kes.22.39 billion worth of bonds traded against the Kes 21.19 billion worth of bonds transacted in the previous week.

NSE Nairobi Securities Exchange STOCK MARKET

NSE Weekly Market Review – Week 03, 2021

The Derivative Market of the Nairobi Securities Exchange closed the week with a total of 58 contracts valued at Kes.2.6 million transacted, this was a decline in transaction value from the 64 contracts valued at Kes.1.9 million posted in the preceding week.

NSE

NSE Weekly Market Review – Week 47, 2020

The secondary trading on the bond market saw a growth in activity with bonds, posting a 31.5% rise in turnover with bonds valued at Kes.12.5 billion billion traded against the Kes 9.5 billion worth of bonds transacted in the previous week.

NSE Weekly Market Review – Week 46, 2020

The Derivatives Market of the Nairobi Securities Exchange closed the week higher, with a total of 20 contracts valued at Kes.655,000 concluded as compared to the 17 contracts valued at Kes.534,000 concluded in the previous week.

Global Markets

NSE Weekly Market Review – Week 44, 2020

The Derivatives Market closed the week with a total of 7 contracts valued at Kes.239,000 this was a rise in number of contracts concluded but a decline in turnover as compared to last week’s  5 contracts valued at Kes.474,000.

NSE Weekly Market Review – Week 31, 2020

The Derivatives Market of the NSE closed the week with a total of 9 contracts valued at Kes.255,500 concluded on the NSE while the secondary bond market on the Nairobi Securities Exchange closed the week with bonds worth Kes.21.6 billion transacted.

The Trading Room: Weekly Market Review – Week 25, 2020

Safaricom Plc recorded a 1.48% share price appreciation to Kes.30.90, up from Kes.30.45 registered the previous week with shares worth Kes.1.4 billion transacted; this represented 46.47% of the week’s traded value while the Banking Sector had shares worth Kes.1.1 billion transacted which accounted for 37.07% of the week’s traded value.

The Trading Room: Weekly Market Review – Week 19, 2020

The benchmark NSE All Share Index (NASI) closed at 140.87, representing a 1-week gain of 0.84%, a 4-week gain of 6.14%, but an overall year-to-date loss of 15.35%. The NSE 20 Share Index was up 3.91% during the week to close at 2,034.71 and the NSE25 share index gained 1.83% to close the week at 3,352.96 basis point

The Trading Room: Weekly Market Review – Week 18, 2020

The NSE All Share Index closed at 139.69, which represented a 1-week gain of 2.88%, a 4-week gain of 5.89%, but an overall year-to-date loss of 16.06%. The NSE20 share was down 9.77 points to stand at 1958.07 while the NSE25 Share index added 117.19 points or 3.69% to stand at 3292.64. at the close of trading Thursday.

The Trading Room: Weekly Market Review – Week 17, 2020

The Nairobi Securities Exchange closed the week on a high note with 134 Million shares valued at Kes.4.3 Billion against the 79.8 Million shares valued at Kes.2.38 Billion transacted the previous week. The NSE 20 share index was down 5.98 points to close at 1967.84 basis points. The NSE All Share Index (NASI shed 0.15 points to settle at 135.78. The NSE 25 Share index was up 30.30 points to stand at 3175.45.

The Trading Room: Weekly Market Review – Week 16, 2020

The spot market remains volatile and will likely decline further without adequate measures by the government such as economic stimulus packages such as corporate tax incentives during this pandemic. The market will continue to be affected by the rising cases of Covid-19 in Kenya until such a time when investors shall have regained confidence that the curve is flattening.  

The Trading Room: Weekly Market Review – Week 7, 2020

Market sentiment improved also after World Health Organization official said the big jump in China’s reported cases reflects a decision by authorities there to reclassify a backlog of suspected cases by using patients’ chest images, and is not necessarily the “tip of an iceberg” of a wider epidemic.

Global Markets

The Trading Room: Weekly Market Review – Week 5,2020.

Shares in global markets probably had their biggest weekly losses since August 2019. Commodities like oil and metals markets were not left out, showing an even more brutal damage to profits earned as investors increasingly got worried over the fallout from China’s coronavirus epidemic. The virus, which is centered on China, has spread to more …

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NSE Nairobi Securities Exchange

The Trading Room: Weekly Market Review – Week 48.

In Global Markets,Gold prices rose and stocks on Wall Street slipped after China warned on Thursday it would take “firm counter measures” against U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to ratify a bill backing protesters in Hong Kong. MSCI’s all-country world index, which tracks shares in 49 countries, shed 0.48%, or about 4 points lower than …

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The Trading Room: Weekly Market Review.(Week 45)

On the trading week ended November 8th,2019. Global stocks advanced on Monday as investors banked on the likelihood of stimulus measures from the Japan & European central banks to reverse slowing growth, while the pound hit a six-week low globally as Brexit news continue to trickle in, growing concerns of a choppy trading on wavering …