Weekly Bond Market Diary (7th to 11th November 2022)
Economy, Opinion

Two weeks into November 2022 bond trading, there were four days that recorded trades during the week of which Monday’s bond trading was the best performing day of the week. Bonds of total face value of K705,601,000 were transacted in 55 trades, resulting in a market value sales of K476,086,570. Bonds are a low-risk investment issued when the government borrows money from its people. You can purchase bonds using the Lusaka Securities Exchange Application online.

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Monday 7th

Bonds of total face value of K341,576,000 were transacted in 24 trades, resulting in a market value sales of K 197,100,970.

Tuesday 8th

Bonds of total face value of K133,988,000 were transacted in 20 trades, resulting in a market value sales of K 69,471,990.

Wednesday 9th

Bonds of total face value of K128,699,000 were transacted in 9 trades, resulting in a market value sales of K110,465,370

Thursday 10th .

A bond of face value of K1,338,000 was transacted, resulting in a market value sales of K1,237,740

Friday 11th

No bonds were traded today.

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Bonds of total face value of K705,601,000 were transacted in 55 trades, resulting in a market value sales of K476,086,570.

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