The weekly equity turnover declined by 45.1 percent w-o-w to close at USD 19.92 million (KES 2.33 BN). NSE 20 edged up by 0.7 percent w-o-w to close at 1,699.83 while NASI fell by 0.3 percent w-o-w to close at 129.41.
Foreign investors assumed a net selling position by accounting for 62.8 percent of total market purchases and 90.0 percent of total market sales.
The weekly bond turnover dropped by 25.0 percent w-o-w to close at USD 91.07 MN (KES 10.64 BN). At the same time, the FTSE Bond Index remained fairly flat at 94.79.
91-day and 182-day t-bill yields rose by 7 bps each to close at 7.811 and 8.974 percent respectively, while the 364-day t-bill yield edged up by 5 bps to close at 9.935 percent.
The Kenyan shilling weakened against the US Dollar by 0.1 percent w-o-w to close at 116.83 (-3.3 percent year-to-date). At the same time, the import cover increased by 0.6 percent w-o-w to close at 4.89 months (-9.3 percent year-to-date).
06 Jun-22 – FXD2/2007/15 Bond Maturity (Coupon Rate: 13.50%).
06 Jun-22 – IFB1/2015/09 Coupon Payment (Coupon Rate: 11.00%).
13 Jun-22 – FXD1/2012/10 Bond Maturity (Coupon Rate: 12.71%).
13 Jun-22 – FXD1/2008/20 Coupon Payment (Coupon Rate: 13.75%).