According to the Weekly Market Report of the trading week ended on 20th September 2013 issued by CORE Securities, a leading Tanzanian licensed stockbroker, the Dar Es Salaam Stock Exchange total turnover decreased by -92% to 485.71 million from 6,406.24 million the previous week.
Both local and foreign investors participated in the market. Foreign Investors participated by 20.02% while Local Investors by 79.98%.
On Friday 20th September the Dar es Salaam All Share Index (ASI) closed at 11611.85 (-0.13%), the Tanzania Share Index (TSI) closed at 1994.80 (-0.06%), the Industrial and Allied Index (IA) closed at 2200.07 (+0.34 %), and the Bank Finance and Investment Index (BI) closed at 1993.56 (-0.70%) points.
Most of activities were seen on TBL & CRDB counters.
Last Treasury Bills auction was done on 11th September 2013 with a total of 147 successful bids for a value of 110,420 million.
A Five year T-bond worth 6.32 billion was recorded in secondary market, no T-bond for 10, 7 and 2 years were recorded in secondary market.
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Both Net Asset Value schemes (NAV) and fund size were flat edging up in comparison to last week activities.
Spot gold was down by down by -5.01% to 2.1403 million per ounce (1 ounce = 31.10 grams) on Friday 20th September.
In comparison to previous week Average, the shilling lost ground against the EUR, GBP, ZAR, & UGS and gained against USD and KES Currencies. On the week close Friday 20th September 1USD=TZS1,610.22.
The annual headline inflation for the month of August 2013 decreased to 6.7% from 7.5% as of July 2013. However inflation will decrease to a single digit in three month to come (IMF report).
The full copy of the Market Report is made available by TanzanaInvest.com: