Bond Market Diary (29th June to 3rd July 2020)
Economy, Opinion

In the final week of June and beginning of July 2020 bond trading, bonds of total face value of K83,722,000 were transacted in 11 trades, yielding a market value sales of K44,983,000. Thursdays’ bond trading was the best performing for the week.

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Week three of June recorded the highest Total Face Value, Market Value Sales and Trades.

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First week of July’s Corporate Bond Trading on the LuSE.

Monday 29th June       

There were no bonds traded.

Tuesday 30th June    

Bonds of total face value of K19,384,000 were transacted in 2 trades, resulting in a market value sales of K11,933,810.

Wednesday 1st  July

Bonds of total face value of K2,318,000 were transacted in 3 trades, resulting in a market value sales of K1,440,250.

Thursday 2nd July

Bonds of total face value of K60,610,000 were transacted in 4 trades, resulting in a market value sales of K30,700,820.

Friday 3rd July 

Bonds of total face value of K1,410,000 were transacted in 2 trades, resulting in a market value sales of K908,090.

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Final week of June, recorded the highest score we’ve seen this year on the equities market.

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Week one of July Corporate Bond Trading, the equities Market was completely eclipsed by the Bond Market.

During the week, bonds of total face value of K83,722,000 were transacted in 11 trades, yielding a market value sales of K44,983,000.

 

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