African Stock Markets Today: Nigerian, Ugandan Equity Higher, Others End Lower ….

Today’s Slackers
Ghana Composite Index
top the laggards today after edging down by 1.98 percent to end at 1,996.99. Followed by Botswana Composite Index with 1.40 percent lower at 10,624.32 points and Egyptian EGX 30 Index declined by 1.05 percent at 7,331.53 levels.  Other slackers were Kenyan NSE All Shares Index (-0.84 percent at 146.86 points), BRVM Composite Index -0.66 percent at 296.68 levels), Tanzania All Share Index (-0.40 percent at 2513.76 levels), Namibia Overall Share Index (-0.33 percent to end at 948.02 points), Tunisia All Shares Index (-0.25 percent to close at 5,291.93 points), Moroccan All Share index (-0.23 percent at 9,133.67 points), South African JSE All Share Index (-0.22 percent at 49,383.93 points), Zimbabwe Industrial Index (-0.20 percent at 131.91 levels), Mauritius All Shares Index (-0.12 percent at 1,911.60 points) and Rwandan All Share Index (-0.07 percent to end at 135.46 points).

 Today’s Leaders
Nigerian All Shares Index
 surged by 0.20 percent to settle at 30,825 points and Ugandan All Shares Index rose by 0.07 percent to close at 1,956.13. While Zambian All Share Index, Malawian All Share Index and Swaziland All Share Index remained flat at 5,800.24 points, 15819.3 points and 307.41 points, respectively.

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