RSE bourse remains down

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Rwanda’s stock market index went down 0.1 points to close at 172.32 and ALSI went down 0.01 points to close at 133.77.

Crystal telecom counter closed at Frw 104 (Frw 105 previous). The trading session recorded a total turnover of Frw 2,833,700 from 27,500 shares traded in 4 deals.

Bank of Kigali counter was quiet today and closed at Frw 280. The last trading session recorded a total turnover of Frw 7,531,000 from 27,900 shares traded in 3 deals.

Bralirwa counter was quiet today and closed at Frw 239. The last trading session recorded a total turnover of Frw 47,800 from 200 shares traded in one deal.  KCB counter was quiet today and closed at Frw 330. The last trading session recorded a total turnover of Frw 198,000 from 600 shares traded in one deal.

EQTY, NMG and USL counters were quiet today and last closed at Frw 334, Frw 1,200 and Frw 104 respectively.

At the end of formal trading hours, there were outstanding offers of 249,700 BK shares between Frw 280-305 and outstanding bid of 200 shares at Frw 279.

On Bralirwa counter, there were outstanding offers of 429,000 shares between Frw 239-264 and no bids. On CTL counter there were outstanding offers of 368,000 shares between Frw 100-115 and no bids.

On the RSE bond market there was outstanding offer of Frw 1,000,000 worth of bonds at Frw 102 and no bids.

 

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