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DTK - Diamond Trust Bank Kenya Limited

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Diamond Trust Bank Kenya Ltd is a Kenya-based bank that is engaged in the provision of a range of corporate, retail and commercial banking services to individual and business customers. The Bank offers deposit accounts, debit and credit cards, money transfer, asset finance, insurance premium finance facility, trade finance and cash management. In addition the Bank also provides electronic banking services. The Bank operates through its subsidiaries, namely Diamond Trust Bank Tanzania Limited, Diamond Trust Bank Uganda Limited, Diamond Trust Bank Burundi SA, Diamond Trust Insurance Agency Limited, Premier Savings and Finance Limited and Network Insurance Agency Limited. As of December 31, 2011, the Bank operated 36 branches in Kenya.

DTK65.00 ▪ 0.00
50 minutes ago
Last Trading ResultsGrowth & Valuation
Opening Price:--Earnings Per Share:11.61
Day's Low Price:65.00Price/Earning Ratio:5.60
Day's High Price:65.00Dividend Per Share:--
Traded Volume:2,600Dividend Yield:--
Number of Deals:2Shares Outstanding:279.6m
Value/Turnover:169,000.00Market Capitalization:18.17b
Monetary values are quoted in Kenyan Shilling (KES) unless otherwise stated

DTK Stock Market Performance


The current share price of Diamond Trust Bank Kenya Limited (DTK) is KES 65.00. The DTK stock closed its last trading day (Thursday, April 15, 2021) at 65.00 KES per share on the Nairobi Securities Exchange. DTK began the year with a share price of 75.00 KES but has since lost 13.33% off that price valuation, ranking it 56th on the NSE in terms of year-to-date performance. Shareholders' worries are further compounded by the fact that DTK has lost 11.56% of the stock's value from March 16 to date. The table below details the last 10 trading days of activity of Diamond Trust Bank Kenya Limited on the Nairobi Securities Exchange.


Profile of Diamond Trust Bank Kenya Limited

Diamond Trust Bank Kenya Limited operates in the Financials sector. Unfortunately, we do not have information on the company's board of directors and/or key executives at this time.

Factsheet of Diamond Trust Bank Kenya Limited
Nation Centre, Kimathi Street, P.O. Box 61711 - 00200, Nairobi, Kenya

DTK Industrial Market Competitors

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

CodeNameMkt. Cap.L. PriceYearTD
BKGBK Group Plc22.42b25.00+21.9%
HFCKHF Group Limited1.37b3.90+17.5%
KCBKCB Group Limited129.21b41.85+9.84%
LBTYLiberty Kenya Holdings Limited4.39b8.20+6.49%
FAHRSTANLIB Fahari Income REIT1.09b6.00+6.38%
KNREKenya Re-Insurance Corporation Ltd6.89b2.46+6.03%
EQTYEquity Group Holdings Limited145.48b38.55+5.47%
I&MI&M Holdings Plc38.82b46.95+4.33%
CICCIC Insurance Group Limited5.78b2.21+3.76%
NSENairobi Securities Exchange Limited2.14b8.26+1.23%

Index of African Stock Exchanges:

  1. Botswana Stock Exchange
  2. BRVM Stock Exchange
  3. Ghana Stock Exchange
  4. Johannesburg Stock Exchange
  5. Lusaka Stock Exchange
  6. Malawi Stock Exchange
  7. Nairobi Securities Exchange
  8. Nigerian Stock Exchange
  9. Uganda Securities Exchange
  10. Zimbabwe Stock Exchange

Comments (5)

  1. DavidDavid
    Sep 4, 2020 13:02 GMT

    I've new at stock trading and I was asking of the most legit ways of buying DTB stocks/shares and what's the minimum number of shares that someone can buy?

    1. EwingEwing
      Sep 4, 2020 16:45 GMT

      How to buy is via a licensed stockbroker. You can see them on NSE's website here Officially, the minimum you can buy is 100 shares.

  2. Zery MithaZery Mitha
    Aug 31, 2020 06:17 GMT

    Reason for price gone down since year 2019

  3. rameshramesh
    Aug 28, 2020 10:47 GMT


    Why DBT Shares Price gone down from starting of 2020 ?

    thank you.

    1. EwingEwing
      Sep 4, 2020 16:50 GMT

      I'm not sure but I think the Ugandan scandal has something to do with it. Regardless the company's first-half financial results were very poor. That didn't help either.

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