Wednesday, January 2, 2013

A good 2012 for Investors at the NSE

NSE was the second best performer in Africa and Middle East, after Egyptian Exchange (EGX) and eighth globally.

According to the annual market performance indices released by the Nairobi Securities Exchange, 2012 was definitely a good year for investors at the Nairobi-based bourse. Closing the year at Sh1.27 trillion, the bourse was also the second highest gainer among stock exchanges in Africa and the Middle East.     

An investor at the NSE closed the year 40 per cent richer according to the All-Share Index, a new indicator of the market performance while the benchmark NSE 20 share index that tracks blue chip firms rose by 28.95 per cent to close at 4,133.02 points.

Investors in Nairobi bourse 40 per cent richer in 2012
[Standard Media] The stock market was a star performer last year, helping the average investors to grow their investment by nearly 40 per cent, according to the indices tracking the performance of the bourse.
Nasi, which measures the performance of all companies listed at the Nairobi Securities Exchange, closed the year at 97.82 points, up from 68.03 in December 2011. Read More 

Nairobi bourse named the second best performer in Africa, Mid East
[Daily Nation]Investors at the Nairobi Securities Exchange closed the year 29 per cent richer as growing confidence in the economy pushed share prices up.
Annual market performance statistics released by NSE show that the benchmark NSE 20 Share Index — a key indicator of the market performance — rose by 28.95 per cent to close at 4,133.02 points. Read More 

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