African Stock Markets Today : Ten End in Red Zone, Seven in Green District

Today’s Slackers
Rwandan All Share Index
 shed off 3.90 percent to close at 186.72 and Namibia Overall Share Index plunged by 3.65 percent. While Moroccan All Shares index sagged by 0.67 percent to settle at 9,155.76 points with market capitalization of MAD 467.926 billion and Botswana Composite Index went down by 0.40 percent at … Also Ghana Composite Index edged down by 0.27 percent, Tanzania All Share Index plunged by 0.25 percent, Zimbabwe Industrial Index fell by 0.19 percent, Kenyan NSE All Shares Index slumped by 0.15 percent and Ugandan All Shares Index slipped by 0.11 percent to close at 1,954.84 points.

Today’s Leaders
Egyptian EGX 30 Index 
advanced by 0.85 percent and Nigerian All Shares Index surged by 0.72 percent. BRVM Composite Index soared by 0.70 percent and Tunisia All Shares Index gained 0.05 percent. Mauritius All Shares Index also added 0.04 percent, Malawi Shares Index advanced by 0.03 percent and Zambia All Shares edged up 0.02 percent.  

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