Crystal shares drop, Bralirwa remains silent

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The Rwanda stock markets went down 1.55 points to close at 202.71 and all shares indexes also went down 0.19 points to close at 143.01.

The Crystal telecom counter closed at Frw 129 (Frw 132 previous). The trading session recorded a total turnover of Frw 3,189,200 from 25,500 shares traded in 6 deals.

The Bank of Kigali counter closed at Frw 285 (Frw 290 previous). The trading session recorded a total turnover of Frw 28,542,000 from 101,900 shares traded in 4 deals; as the Bralirwa counter was quiet today and closed at Frw 309.

The last trading session recorded a total turnover of Frw 318,030,900 from 1,060,100 shares traded in 2 deals.

The Equity counter was quiet today and closed at Frw 334. The last trading session recorded a total turnover of Frw 334,000 from 1,000 shares traded once.

KCB counter was quiet today and closed at Frw 370. The last trading session recorded a total turnover of Frw 555,000 from 1,500 shares traded once. No transaction recorded on NMG and USL counters.

At the end of formal trading hours, there are outstanding offers of 54,500 BK shares between Frw 285-300 and no bids. On Bralirwa counter, there are outstanding offers of 430,700 shares between Frw 295-328 and no bids.

On CTL counter there are outstanding offers of 100,000 shares between Frw 136-140 and outstanding bids of 3,900 shares between Frw 130-140.

On USL counter there is an outstanding offer of 6,500 shares at Frw 104 and no bids.

Today on RSE bond market there are outstanding offers of 2,000,000 for government bonds FXD 4/2014/7yrs at Frw 106 and an outstanding bid of 2,000,000 at Frw 99.5. On FXD1/2015/3yrs there is outstanding offer of 2,000,000 at Frw 104.5 and no bids.

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