The Nairobi Securities Exchange(NSE) recorded a total of 9.06 Million shares in 943 deals, corresponding to a market value of KSh 183.74 Million, at Teusday’s trading session.
This is a drop from a turnover of KSh 307.1 Million on Monday on a volume of 14.8 Million shares.
Safaricom, which has been the prime driver at the NSE, was replaced by KPLC which traded 2.33 Million. The utility firm was followed by Equity(1.46 Million), Britam(1.33 Million), Safaricom( 1.22 Million) and Kenya Re( 678,900).
Carbacid Investments was the top gainer this Teusday with its share price rising 3.98% to KSh 8.36.
It was followed by Uchumi which rose 3.33% to KSh 0.31, I&M Holdings shares price which was up 2.27% to KSh 45.00, EABL which increased its value by 1.19% to KSh 170.00 and Longhorn Publishers whose share price edged 1.05% to KSh 4.80.
The worst performing stocks were led by Crown Paints followed by TPS Serena, TransCentury, East African Cables and BK Group.
The NSE 20 Share Index was up 2.58 points from 1,847.63 to 1,850.21 while the NSE 25 Share Index rose 11.80 from 3,242.38 to 3,254.18. The NSE All-Share dropped from 140.37 to 140.09, a drop of 0.28 points.