Market Indices Trend
Top Trades by Volume
Top Trades by Value
Gainers & Losers
The benchmark index dipped slightly by 6.80 points (-0.30%) this week, closing at 2,224.42 with a -13.52% year-to-date return as nine counters edged downward while market capitalization eased to GH¢56.62 billion, inching down by 0.12%.
Banking stocks were among the laggards, sliding the GSE Financial Index by 8.15 points (-0.43%) to settle at 1,907.37 with a -11.44% year-to-date return. Meanwhile, GCB Bank Limited (GH¢5.10.) hit its year high this week.
The SAS Manufacturing Index shed 19.35 points (-0.51%) due to losses in UNIL (-0.60%), FML (-0.78%) and BOPP (-1.67%) to close at 3,745.98 with a -19.50% year-to-date return.
Trades strengthened as a total of 29,291,617 shares valued at GH¢26,144,092 changed hands compared to 481,219 shares valued at GH¢385,394 last week. MTN Ghana dominated trading activity for the third straight week, accounting for 75.52% of total value traded and 94.97% of total volume traded.
We expect activity levels to pick up as investors take advantage of bargain stocks.