Botswana Stock Exchange (BSE) Live
|BSE-DCI Index||Year-to-Date||Market Cap.|
|6,887.14 (+6.48)||+7.79 (0.11%)||BWP 392.9Bn|
The Botswana Stock Exchange (BSE), located in the capital Gaborone, is the country's national stock exchange founded in 1989 to operate and regulate the equities and fixed interest securities market. The Exchange, which provides a gateway for raising capital and accessing investment opportunities in Botswana, is widely reckoned one of Africa's best performing stock exchanges, averaging 24% aggregate return in the past decade. The Botswana Stock Exchange is the third largest stock exchange in Southern Africa in terms of market capitalization.
The BSE, as a statutory body, puts in the effort to maintain a fair and efficient market by means of its surveillance and compliance committees, and the Botswana Stock Exchange Act No 11 of 1994 which ensures the operation of the capital market with the highest due regard to the public interest, protection of investors, and regulation of the affairs of its dealing members. The BSE Domestic Companies Index, which tracks indigenous companies, is the benchmark index for the Botswana stock market. The BSE Foreign Companies Index tracks the performance of shares of foreign companies that are listed on the Exchange.
There are currently 37 listed companies on the Botswana Stock Exchange including common stock and exchange traded funds. The BSE has a healthy mixture of local and foreign companies.
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BSE TRADING SUMMARY FOR FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2021: At the end of the last weekday of trading on the Botswana Stock Exchange (BSE), a total of 1,151,016 shares in 15 deals, corresponding to a market value of BWP 1,548,654.63, were traded. Compared with the previous BSE trading day (Thursday, September 23), today's data shows 53% decline in volume, 64% decline in turnover, and 68% decline in deals. The current market capitalization of the Botswana Stock Exchange is BWP 392.9 billion.
In the aggregate, six BSE equities participated in trading, ending with two gainers and just one loser. The two gainers were Olympia Capital Corporation (+4%) and Letshego Holdings (+1.77%). The only equity that lost value on the day was PrimeTime Property Holdings (-1.71%). Letshego Holdings recorded the highest volume of 1 million traded shares, followed by First National Bank of Botswana (94,409), Absa Bank Botswana (22,000) and PrimeTime Property Holdings (21,460).
Regarding the performance of BSE market indices, the benchmark BSE Domestic Companies Index (BSE-DCI) inched up 6.48 (0.09%) points to close at 6,887.14, representing a 1-week gain of 0.54%, a 4-week gain of 2.25%, and an overall year-to-date gain of 0.11%. Other remarkable indices that performed were the BSE Foreign Companies Index (+0%; +0.1% YTD), BSE Domestic Financial Sector Index (+6.58%; +7.45% 1WK; +16.38% YTD), BSE Domestic Company Total Return Index (+3.57%; +4.31% 1WK; +7.69% YTD), BSE Local Asset Sector Index (+0.33%; +0.39% 1WK; +13.6% YTD), and BSE Foreign Resource Sector Index (+0%; +14.93% YTD).