Unilever leads equities on GSE in volume and value traded as the GSE-CI gains 0.6%
Unilever Ghana at the end of Wednesday’s trading session on the local bourse recorded the largest share of trades in both volume and value as it accounted for 33.2% and 65.2% of the total volume (30,139) and value (Ghs 169,983) of shares traded.
Following Unilever in volume and value traded was MTNGh with total volume and value traded of 18,765 and Ghs 23,268 respectively.
In third, fourth and fifth place were CAL Bank, FanMilk and Ecobank Transnational with shares volume and value traded of 14,697 and Ghs 10,581; 10,658 and Ghs 17,581; and 4,780 and Ghs 334 respectively.
In total, some 90,697 shares valued at GH¢ 260,750.53 were traded on Wednesday. This compares unfavourably to Tuesday’s turnover of 752,717 shares valued at GH¢ 929,687.50 as fourteen (14) equities changed hands.
Meanwhile, the benchmark GSE Composite Index (GSE-CI) increased marginally by 0.55 points as a result of a GH¢0.05 price gain recorded by FanMilk to close at 2,750.92 points translating into a Year-to-Date return of 41.68%.
The GSE Finance Stock Index (GSE-FSI) however continues to remain unchanged as it closed today’s trading session at 1,929.19 (8.21% YTD) with Market Capitalization growing to GH¢62.91billion.
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