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COOP - Co-operative Bank of Kenya Limited

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The Co-operative Bank of Kenya Ltd is a Kenya-based company that offers banking and related services. The Company is primarily involved in corporate and retail banking, investment and asset management services in various parts of Kenya. The Company's customer deposits include call, fixed, current account and savings deposits. The Company operates in two segments: Retail Banking and Wholesale Banking. Retail Banking includes loans deposits and other transactions and balances with retail customers. Wholesale Banking includes loans deposits and other transactions and balances with corporate and institutional customers. The Company's subsidiaries include Co-op Consultancy & Insurance Agency Limited, Co-optrust Investment Services Limited and Kingdom Securities Limited.

Co-operative Bank of Kenya Limited is listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE). Co-operative is traded on the NSE under the ticker symbol “COOP”. The International Securities Identification Number (ISIN) of NSE:COOP is KE1000001568. Co-operative Bank of Kenya Limited is currently the fourth most valuable stock on the NSE with a market capitalization of KES 75.7 billion, which is about 5.14% of the Nairobi Securities Exchange equity market.

COOP12.90 ▪ 0.00
Yesterday
Last Trading Results
Opening Price
Day’s Low Price12.55
Day’s High Price13.00
Traded Volume241,700
Number of Deals62
Gross Turnover3.12M
Growth & Valuation
Earnings Per Share
Price/Earning Ratio
Dividend Per Share
Dividend Yield
Shares Outstanding5.87B
Market Capitalization75.7B
Monetary values are quoted in Kenyan Shilling (KES) unless otherwise stated

COOP Stock Market Performance

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+7.05%+8.4%+12.2%
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+13.2%+2.38%+13.2%

The current share price of Co-operative Bank of Kenya Limited (COOP) is KES 12.90. COOP closed its last trading day (Monday, February 26, 2024) at 12.90 KES per share on the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE). Co-operative began the year with a share price of 11.40 KES and has since gained 13.2% on that price valuation, ranking it ninth on the NSE in terms of year-to-date performance. Shareholders can be optimistic about COOP knowing the stock has accrued 8% over the past four-week period—11th best on NSE.

Co-operative Bank of Kenya is the sixth most traded stock on the Nairobi Securities Exchange over the past three months (Nov 24, 2023 - Feb 26, 2024). COOP has traded a total volume of 14.6 million shares valued at KES 169 million over the period, with an average of 232,125 traded shares per session. A volume high of 1.01 million was achieved on February 21st, and a low of 22,200 on December 27th, for the same period. The table below details the last 10 trading days of activity of Co-operative Bank of Kenya on the Nairobi Securities Exchange.

DateVolumeCloseChangeChange%
2024-02-26241,70012.90
2024-02-23328,30012.90+0.05+0.39%
2024-02-2263,60012.85+0.50+4.05%
2024-02-211,011,10012.35+0.30+2.49%
2024-02-20183,00012.05
2024-02-19149,80012.05-0.05-0.41%
2024-02-16209,80012.10+0.05+0.41%
2024-02-15201,40012.05
2024-02-14198,90012.05-0.05-0.41%
2024-02-13268,10012.10

Profile of Co-operative Bank of Kenya Limited

Co-operative Bank of Kenya Limited operates in the Financials sector.

Factsheet of Co-operative Bank of Kenya Limited

Sector
Financials
Industry
Address
L.R. No. 209/4290 (IR No. 27596), Haile Selassie Avenue, Nairobi, Kenya
Telephone
+254-203-276-000
Email

COOP Industrial Market Competitors

Co-operative Bank of Kenya Limited, issuers of the COOP stock on the Nairobi Securities Exchange, have a number of market competitors who are also engaged in the Financials sector. The table below presents an overview of the market standing of the top 10 by year-to-date performance.


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Comments

  1. Mark wanjiruMark wanjiru
    Nov 8, 2023 18:28 GMT

    How do I buy shares?

  2. JohnJohn
    Oct 10, 2023 09:44 GMT

    I want to buy coop bank shares by have no ideal where to start need some help

  3. Mrs cheruiyot.Mrs cheruiyot.
    Jun 20, 2023 16:57 GMT

    I would like to buy shares from coop how do I start and how much do you one share cost?

  4. Francis ManziFrancis Manzi
    Mar 29, 2023 10:33 GMT

    want to start investing in coop stocks

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      May 22, 2023 09:37 GMT

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  5. Eric gitonga nyagaEric gitonga nyaga
    Mar 6, 2023 14:40 GMT

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      May 22, 2023 09:40 GMT

      Financial Navigating in the Current Economy: Ten Things to Consider Before You Make Investing Decisions

      Invest Wisely: An Introduction to Mutual Funds.

      Given recent market events, you may be wondering whether you should make changes to your investment portfolio. I’m concerned that some investors, including bargain hunters and mattress stuffers, are making rapid investment decisions without considering their long-term financial goals. While I can’t tell you how to manage your investment portfolio during a volatile market, we are issuing this Investor Alert to give you the tools to make an informed decision. Before you make any decision, consider these areas of importance:

      1. Draw a personal financial roadmap.

      Before you make any investing decision, sit down and take an honest look at your entire financial situation -- especially if you’ve never made a financial plan before.

      The first step to successful investing is figuring out your goals and risk tolerance – either on your own or with the help of a financial professional. There is no guarantee that you’ll make money from your investments. But if you get the facts about saving and investing and follow through with an intelligent plan, you should be able to gain financial security over the years and enjoy the benefits of managing your money.

      2. Evaluate your comfort zone in taking on risk.

      All investments involve some degree of risk. If you intend to purchase securities - such as stocks, bonds, or mutual funds - it's important that you understand before you invest that you could lose some or all of your money. Unlike deposits insured banks and insured credit unions, the money you invest in securities typically is not federally insured. You could lose your principal, which is the amount you've invested. That’s true even if you purchase your investments through a bank.

      The reward for taking on risk is the potential for a greater investment return. If you have a financial goal with a long-time horizon, you are likely to make more money by carefully investing in asset categories with greater risk, like stocks or bonds, rather than restricting your investments to assets with less risk, like cash equivalents. On the other hand, investing solely in cash investments may be appropriate for short-term financial goals. The principal concern for individuals investing in cash equivalents is inflation risk, which is the risk that inflation will outpace and erode returns over time.

      3. Consider an appropriate mix of investments.

      By including asset categories with investment returns that move up and down under different market conditions within a portfolio, an investor can help protect against significant losses. Historically, the returns of the three major asset categories – stocks, bonds, and cash – have not moved up and down at the same time. Market conditions that cause one asset category to do well often cause another asset category to have average or poor returns. By investing in more than one asset category, you'll reduce the risk that you'll lose money and your portfolio's overall investment returns will have a smoother ride. If one asset category's investment return falls, you'll be in a position to counteract your losses in that asset category with better investment returns in another asset category.

      In addition, asset allocation is important because it has major impact on whether you will meet your financial goal. If you don't include enough risk in your portfolio, your investments may not earn a large enough return to meet your goal. For example, if you are saving for a long-term goal, such as retirement or college, most financial experts agree that you will likely need to include at least some stock or stock mutual funds in your portfolio.


      For more insights you can contact me at

      0798264178
      mzazipacesetters@gmail.com

      Dedan Maina

      Business & Investment Consultan

  6. DeeDee
    Aug 17, 2022 15:18 GMT

    Do you think this cooperative shares will go down? If not, is this the best time to buy the shares?

  7. ElizabethElizabeth
    Jan 6, 2022 07:49 GMT

    Hi, I would like to buy shares but I don't know where to begin as I am not in Kenya. Please assist, thank you

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      May 22, 2023 09:33 GMT

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  8. Kezy mainaKezy maina
    May 3, 2021 09:00 GMT

    Hi I bought shares with Co-operative a while ago and I have never gotten any communication from the bank. No dividend no nothing. Please could you kindly update me.

    Thank you.

  9. David mwitiDavid mwiti
    May 8, 2020 07:49 GMT

    I bought my coop shares through a sacco and I want to increase my shares. I don't have a cds acc how do I go about that.

  10. EKIRU MEYA SUNILEKIRU MEYA SUNIL
    Apr 5, 2020 07:02 GMT

    Hello.

    how can I buy coop. shares via my account?
    where can I get direction on how shares/dividends are acquired?

    1. JuliusJulius
      Apr 16, 2020 08:53 GMT

      Consult a Broker they are the ones who are mandated to Buy or Sale Shares on behalf of the investor.
      Registers desl with issues of Dividends.
      All the best fellow investor

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