Kakuzi Opens the Week as Top Gainer of the Day at the NSE

By Juma Fred / February 19, 2018



Kenyan Stock Market Exhibited a Downward Trend in October top Safaricom Plc Top

Top Gainers

Kakuzi opened the week as the top gainer of the day with 9.86 percent at the price of 390.00 shillings per share.

The second top gainer of the day was Eveready East Africa with 6.82 percent at the price of 2.35 shillings per share.

Standard Chartered Bank and Mumias Sugar Company gained 5.31 and 5.00 shillings per share at the price of 218.00 and 1.05 shillings per share respectively.

Sameer Africa closed the top five gainers’ table with 4.00 percent at the price of 2.60 shillings per share.

Summary of top five gainers

  • Kakuzi
  • Eveready East Africa
  • Standard Chartered Bank
  • Mumias Sugar Company
  • Sameer Africa

Top Losers

Uchumi Supermarket was the top loser of the day. The retailer lost 9.09 percent at the price of 3.00 shillings per share.

The second top loser of the day was Home Afrika with 8.00 percent at the price of 1.15 shillings per share.

Trans-Century and Crowne Berger lost 5.04 and 4.88 percent at the price of 5.65 and 78.00 shillings per share respectively.

Nairobi Securities Exchange lost 2.50 percent at the price of 19.50 shillings per share.

Summary of top losers

  • Uchumi Supermarket
  • Home Afrika
  • Trans-Century
  • Crowne Berger
  • Nairobi Securities Exchange

Top Movers

Safaricom limited was the top mover of the day. The telecommunication company posted a volume of 4.49 million shares.

The rest of the counters in the top five categories posted shares less than a million in today’s session.

Kenya Commercial Bank and Barclays Bank sold 855,800 and 786,700 shares respectively while Equity Group and NCI Bank sold 660,900 and 502,800 shares respectively.

Summary of top movers

  • Safaricom Limited
  • Kenya Commercial Bank
  • Barclays Bank
  • Equity Group
  • NIC Bank


About Juma Fred

Juma Fredrick is an enthusiastic journalist who believes that journalism has power to change the world either negatively or positively depending on how one uses it.You can reach him on: (020) 528 0222 or Email: [email protected]

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