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17.10.2019
Thursday

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
2,120.14
-0.15
SEM - VWAP
Down
1,967.03
-0.26
SEMSI
Down
121.74
-0.47
DEMEX
Down
230.14
-0.78

Official

Name
Volume
Percentage %
Alteo Group Ltd
Down
419,393
-0.60
SBM Holdings Ltd.
Down
383,622
-0.35
Policy
Down
200,300
-1.04

Dem

Semaris Ltd
Down
69,700
-10.45
Lavastone Ltd
Down
20,200
-6.09
Tropical Paradise (O)
Down
14,402
-2.62

Official

Name
Latest
Percentage %
New Mauritius hotels
Up
12.00
1.69
United Basalt Products
Up
135.75
1.50
Sun Resorts
Up
28.25
1.07

Dem

Constance La Gaiete
Up
101.00
0.75
Eudcos
Up
11.15
0.45

Official

Name
Latest
Percentage %
Rogers
Down
37.00
-2.63
GRIT Real Estate Income Group - USD
Down
1.26
-2.33
Policy
Down
5.70
-1.04

Dem

Semaris Ltd
Down
3.00
-10.45
Lavastone Ltd
Down
2.16
-6.09
Tropical Paradise (O)
Down
5.94
-2.62

Daily Update-16.10.19- Semaris (-10.4%) dropped for second consecutive day

  • Turnover driver Alteo inched lower by 0.6% to Rs16.50 on 419.4k shares exchanged of which 215.4k shares were foreign sales and 7.5k were foreign purchases.
  • Banking duo MCBG and SBMH closed lower at Rs304.00 (-0.4%) and Rs5.74 (-0.3%) respectively.
  • Rogers ended lower by 2.6% on 108.4k shares exchanged with foreigners selling their stakes and locals purchasing.
  • Opposing trend were noticed between NMH (O) and Semaris with the former closing on the upside at Rs12.00 (+1.7%) while the latter dropped for a second consecutive day at Rs3.00 (-10.4%).
  • VIVO closed up at Rs203.00 (+1.0%) albeit small volume of 100 shares traded. As for UBP, it increased to Rs135.75 (+1.5%) on 200 shares seconds before market closure.
  • Lavastone dropped by 6.1% to Rs2.16 on 20.2k shares, driven by locals.