Weekly Capital Market Report (14th to 18th November 2022)
Economy, Opinion

Three weeks into the month of November 2022 trading on the Lusaka Securities Exchange. The Bond market recorded a 100% score to 0% on the equity market. In comparison to week three of November 2021 we see the bond market record a 72% to 28% on the equity market. In regard to the equity market Standard Chartered Bank recorded the highest turnover during the week.

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Equity Market

In the week ended 18th November 2022, a total of 299,429 shares were transacted in 254 trades, yielding a market turnover of K540,858.90. Trading activity was recorded in AECI MINING EXPLOSIVES, COPPERBELT ENERGY CORPORATION ZAMBIA, CHILANGA CEMENT, MADISON FINANCIAL SERVICES, PUMA ENERGY, STANDARD CHARTERED BANK LIMITED, ZAMBIAN BREWERIES, ZCCM INVESTMENT HOLDINGS, ZAMBIA FORESTRY and FOREST CORPORATION, ZAMBEEF and ZANACO as well as CEC AFRICA INVESTMENTS on the quoted tier. The LuSE All Share Index (LASI) closed at 7,171.15 points. The market closed on a capitalization of K72,146,399,253.80 including Shoprite Holdings and K37,363,713,813.80 excluding Shoprite Holdings.

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Bond Market

Bonds of total face value of K437,352,936 were transacted in 51 trades, resulting in a market value sales of K256,433,155.21.

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