Trans-Century emerged as the top gainer at the Nairobi Stock Exchange on Wednesday with 10.00 percent at the price of 6.60 shillings per share, tying in the same position with Car and General (K) whose shares were going at 17.60 shillings per share.
Express, Home Afrika and Unga Group gained 9.38, 4.55 and 3.23 percent respectively at the price of 3.50, 1.15 and 32.00 shillings per share respectively.
Sasini Tea and Coffee tumbled from the grace of being the top gainer on Tuesday to leading the losers group on Wednesday with 6.54 percent at the price of 25.00 shillings per share. Kakuzi came in as the second top loser with 6.38 percent at the price of 323.00 shillings per share.
Other laggards among the top five losers included Olympia Capital, Umeme and Equity Group with 4.41, 3.70 and 3.42 percent respectively at the price of 3.25, 13.00 and 35.25 shillings per share respectively.
Safaricom Limited roared back and reclaimed her top mover position after being edged out on Tuesday. The telecommunication company posted a volume of 10.73 million. ARM was the second top mover with 3.03 million in volume followed by Equity Group, Cooperative Bank of Kenya and Home Afrika with 2.01 million, 705,400 and 469,600 in volumes respectively.