The Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE) closed on Friday 4th March 2022 with a total market capitalization of TZS 16,201.71 bln (USD 7,076.48 mln), down by -0.89% compared to the closing of the previous week (TZS 16,248.65 mln).
DSE recorded a total turnover of TZS 24.21 mln from 19,815 shares traded in 34 deals and TZS 36.04 bln from bonds traded in 14 deals.
This is a dive of -65.97% compared to the previous week which closed with a total turnover of TZS 71.15 mln on Friday 25th February 2022.
The Industrial & Allied (IA) index was the best performer of the week with a growth of +0.5%.
|Indexes||Closing Value Friday 4th March 2022||Closing Value Friday 25th February 2022||Change (%)|
|All Share Index (DSEI)||1,943.61||1,949.22||-0.29%|
|Tanzania Share Index (TSI)||3,806.15||3,799.02||+0.19%|
|Industrial & Allied (IA)||5,059.95||5,034.77||+0.50%|
|Banks, Finance & Investment (BI)||3,066.46||3,078.65||-0.40%|
|Commercial Services (CS)||2,134.28||2,134.28||0.00%|
The best-performing stocks of the week were NMG (+6.58%), DCB (+5.88%), and TPCC (+4.26%).
|Company||Closing Price TZS Friday 4th March 2022||Closing Price TZS Friday 25th February 2022||Price Change (%)|
On the Government Bonds Board, a 15-year bond with a coupon rate of 13.50% and a face value of TZS 15.50 bln was traded at prices of 117.3203%, 125.9327%, and 126.1044% in 4 deal(s).
A 20-year bond with a coupon rate of 15.49% and a face value of TZS 12.79 bln was traded at prices of 116.0000%, 128.8808%, 128.8809%, 129.0000%, 130.4422%, 132.8005% and 133.6878% in 10 deal(s).
There was no activity in the Corporate Bonds segment.