Turnover at the Nairobi Securities Exchange(NSE) bourse edged up to KSh 592.2 Million on Thursday, 26th November 2020, compared to a turnover of KSh 324.02 Million, an increase of 63%.
The exchange recorded a total of 20.99 Million shares traded compared to 12.34 Million on Wednesday, a 70% increase.
The number of deals also increased from 678 on Wednesday to 978 when trading closed this Thursday, 26th November, 2020.
The biggest mover was NBCA with 7.31 Million shares traded. It was followed by KenGen(2.98 Million), Safaricom(2.95 Million), Equity Group(1.66 Million) and KCB( 1.57 Million).
The NSE All-Share was up 0.05 to 143.98 points while the NSE 25 Share Index rose 0.63 points to settle at 3267.31. The NSE 20Share Index fell 9.29 points to 1781.09.
The top price gainer was TPS Eastern Africa Plc which was up 9.525 to KSh 14.95, East African Portland Cement which was up 9.09% to KSh 12.00, Carbacid Investments which gained 8.61% to KSh 9.84, BOC Kenya which rose 4.92% to KSh 69.25 and Car& General which gained 4.17% to KSh 22.50.
The worst performing counters were led by Standard Group Limited which was down 9.885 to KSh 22.80, Sameer Africa which lost 9.71% to trade at KSh 2.79, KPLC which was down 7.015 to KSh 1.46, Express Kenya which declined 4.79% to KSh 2.78 and Total which was down 4.145 to KSh 22.00.
There was no activity at the derivatives market.
Bonds worth KSh 3.45 billion were transacted in 52 deals compared to KSh 4.28 billion worth of bonds transacted this Wednesday.