Lusaka Securities Exchange (LuSE) Live
|LASI Index||Year-to-Date||Market Cap.|
|9,313.30 (+32.45)||+1,975.51 (26.92%)||ZMW 83.12Bn|
The Lusaka Securities Exchange (LuSE) was established in 1993 and started business the following year. Since then the LuSE has managed to diversify financial instruments on the market with equities, unit trusts, government and corporate bonds. The LuSE All Share Index (LASI) was introduced in 1997 with a base value of 100 points. Following Zambia's economic and political liberalization in the early 90s, the Securities Act 1972 was amended in 1993, establishing the SEC to regulate the Zambian securities market. The establishment of the Lusaka Securities Exchange was part of the government’s broader economic reforms aimed at stimulating a dynamic private sector to be the primary engine for economic growth in Zambia. Since 2009 the LuSE has become totally dependent on its listed companies to generate operational revenues.
|AECI||AECI Mining Explosives||42.00|
|BATA||Zambia Bata Shoe||2.60|
|BATZ||British American Tobacco||1.95|
|CCAF||CEC Africa (CECA) Investments Ltd||0.40|
|CECZ||Copperbelt Energy Corporation||2,747||6.60||+0.09|
|EIZP||EIZ Properties Plc||2.00|
|FQMZ||First Quantum Minerals||12.85|
|MAFS||Madison Financial Services||2.47|
|PMDZ||Taj Pamodzi Hotels||0.71|
|REIZ||Real Estate Investments Zambia Plc||1.12|
|SCBL||Standard Chartered Bank||1,561||1.40||+0.00|
|ZFCO||Zambia Forestry & Forest Industries Corp||2.53|
|ZMFA||Zambia Metal Fabricators||4.83|
|ZNCO||Zambia National Commercial Bank||24,335||3.70||+0.00|
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LuSE TRADING SUMMARY FOR FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2023: At the end of the last weekday of trading on the Lusaka Securities Exchange (LuSE), a total of 39,365 shares in 169 deals, corresponding to a market value of ZMW 135,742.87, were traded. Compared with the previous LuSE trading day (Thursday, September 28), today's data shows 75% decline in volume, 90% decline in turnover, but 191% improvement in deals. The current market capitalization of the Lusaka Securities Exchange is ZMW 83.1 billion.
In the aggregate, six LuSE listed equities participated in trading, ending with only one gainer, namely Copperbelt Energy Corporation, with 1.38% share price appreciation and also one loser, namely Puma Energy (-0.4%). Zambia National Commercial Bank recorded the highest volume of 24,335 traded shares, followed by Zambeef Products (8,000), Copperbelt Energy Corporation (2,747) and Puma Energy (2,668).
The LuSE All Share Index (LASI) climbed 32.45 (0.35%) points to close at 9,313.30, representing a 1-week gain of 0.84%, a 4-week gain of 7.05%, and an overall year-to-date gain of 26.92%.