Trans-Century Closes the Week as Top Gainer at the NSE

By Juma Fred / October 6, 2017


Trans-Century closed the week, emerging as the top gainer with 9.84 percent at the price of 6.70 shillings per share followed by Olympia Capital with 9.68 percent at the price of 3.40 shillings per share.

Express, Sameer Africa, and Longhorn Kenya dominated the top five positions with 8.06, 8.00 and 5.88 percent respectively at the price of 3.35, 2.70 and 5.40 shillings per share respectively.

Car and General (k) was the top loser of the day. The company lost 8.97 percent at the price of 17.75 shillings per share followed by Eveready East Africa which lost 6.52 percent at the price of 2.15 shillings per share as shown in the image below:

Safariom Limited has maintained its position as the top mover of the day. The telecommunication company posted a volume of 5.07 million with a market capital of 1.00 trillion. The table below shows other top five movers of the day:


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