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14.08.2020
Friday

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
Up
1,531.80
0.38
SEM - VWAP
Up
1,577.30
0.03
SEMSI
Up
83.25
0.71
DEMEX
Down
202.58
-0.23

Official

Name
Volume
Percentage %
SBM Holdings Ltd.
Still
1,219,627
0.00
CIEL Limited
Still
127,600
0.00
MCB Group
Down
120,058
-0.24

Dem

Semaris Ltd
Still
210,000
0.00
Kolos Cement Ltd - Intro 19.02.18
Down
13,061
-1.98
Ascencia Class A Shares
Still
12,000
0.00

Official

Name
Latest
Percentage %
IBL Ltd
Up
43.50
3.57
Policy
Up
4.30
1.90
Lux Island Resorts
Up
27.20
0.93

Dem

Official

Name
Latest
Percentage %
ENL Limited
Down
15.00
-3.23
Mauritius Development Investment Trust
Down
1.95
-2.50
BlueLife Limited
Down
1.10
-1.79

Dem

Kolos Cement Ltd - Intro 19.02.18
Down
136.00
-1.98
Les Moulins de la Concorde (O)
Down
208.00
-1.89

Daily Update - 14.08.2020 - Turnover geared toward MCBG

Notable points:

• MCB ends the week down with a fifth consecutive loss registered. The bank closed the session at Rs 210.00 (-0.24%) on 120k shares traded out of which 113.9k were foreign sales.

• Hotel stocks displayed another contrasting performance. While NMH inched down by 0.23% to close at Rs 4.39, LUX closed higher at Rs 27.20 (VWAP: Rs 27.00), gaining 0.93%. Out of the 2k shares traded for LUX, 1.6k were foreign sales, while the 600 NMH traded duing the session, swapped hands among locals.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        • Conglomerates took seperate directions during the session with IBL gaining 3.57% and closing at Rs 43.50 on 3.3k shares exchanged among locals. While ENL and Rogers both fell during the session, closing at Rs 15.00 (- 3.23%) and Rs 20.90 (-0.48%) respectively. Foreigners were net purchasers on ENL, to the tune of Rs 19k, while the 79.6k shares of Rogers traded duing the session swapped hands among locals.

• On the DEM: LMLC (Ord) fell by 1.89% to close at Rs 208.00 on 6.7k shares exchanged out of which 5.9k were foreign sales.