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04.04.2020
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Professional investment advice

Swan Securities Ltd is the investment dealing arm of SWAN. It was established in 1989, at the same time as the Stock Exchange of Mauritius was launched. Since then we have become one of the leading investment dealers in Mauritius. Our clients are both institutional and retail clients who rely on us to provide professional advice and a wide range of trading and research advisory services.

Swan Securities Ltd is a member of the Stock Exchange of Mauritius and is licensed by the Financial Services Commission of Mauritius.

We have extensive experience in servicing local and foreign institutional clients on equity issues, providing quality research, hosting road shows and delivering excellent service through our dedicated sales team. Our skilled trading team is responsive and efficient, while our dedicated research team provides up-to-date information and advice.

At SWAN, our primary focus is on helping you grow your wealth as you progress through life, and to achieve your vision of prosperity.

Contact us to find out more about our investment services.

Overview
Market at a Glance
Name
Latest
Percentage %
SEMDEX
Down
1,571.04
-9.70
SEM - VWAP
Down
1,609.15
-7.02
SEMSI
Down
86.10
-11.23
DEMEX
Down
217.86
-2.69

Official

Name
Volume
Percentage %
SBM Holdings Ltd.
Down
608,800
-10.00
CIEL Limited
Down
297,126
-2.33
MCB Group
Down
287,334
-13.48

Dem

Eudcos
Down
686,800
-1.61
Livestock Feed (O)
Down
44,500
-6.00
Lavastone Ltd
Down
22,500
-12.50

Official

Name
Latest
Percentage %
ENL Limited
Up
18.55
0.82

Dem

Official

Name
Latest
Percentage %
Lux Island Resorts
Down
23.20
-20.00
Vivo Energy
Down
161.00
-19.50
New Mauritius hotels
Down
5.88
-18.11

Dem

Lavastone Ltd
Down
1.40
-12.50
Semaris Ltd
Down
1.30
-7.14
Ascencia Class A Shares
Down
20.00
-6.76

Daily Update - 19.03.2020 - Indices on the down

  • LUX reached its 20% downfall limit, closing at Rs 23.20, after 33.4K shares were exchanged, out of which 200 were foreign purchases. NMH plummeted by 18.11% to close at Rs 5.88, after 84.0K shares were traded among local investors. SUN finished lower at Rs 16.50 (-13.16%), after 3.8K shares were exchanged among local investors.
  • VIVO closed at Rs 161.00 (-19.50%), with 9.2K shares exchanged, out of which 202 were foreign sales.
  • Banking giants, MCBG and SBMH both fell during today’s session, with MCBG closing at Rs 210.25 (-13.48%), with a VWAP of Rs 207.24, and SBMH closing at Rs 4.68 (-10.00%). There were 287.3K shares of MCBG exchanged, out of which 111.8K were foreign sales while 608.8K shares of SBMH were traded, out of which 170.6K were foreign sales.
  • UBP tumbled by 17.60% to close at Rs 103.00, after 110 shares were exchanged among local investors.
  • IBL registered a loss of 13.04% to close at Rs 40.00, after 104.4K were exchanged among local investors.