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22.04.2021
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
Up
1,639.36
0.23
SEM - VWAP
Up
1,632.71
0.18
SEMSI
Up
88.45
0.12
DEMEX
Down
229.98
-0.39

Official

Name
Volume
Percentage %
Lottotech
Up
145,400
0.97
IBL Ltd
Still
120,400
0.00
MCB Group
Down
117,513
-0.11

Dem

Semaris Ltd
Still
24,601
0.00
Ascencia Class A Shares
Still
17,500
0.00
Phoenix Investment
Down
5,100
-2.26

Official

Name
Latest
Percentage %
ENL Limited
Up
15.70
3.63
CIEL Limited
Up
4.40
2.33
Mauritius Union Assurance
Up
108.00
1.89

Dem

Les Moulins de la Concorde (P)
Up
423.25
5.29

Official

Name
Latest
Percentage %
Omnicane
Down
14.50
-3.33
Sun Resorts
Down
12.55
-2.33
New Mauritius hotels
Down
4.30
-2.27

Dem

Kolos Cement Ltd - Intro 19.02.18
Down
134.00
-3.60
Phoenix Investment
Down
390.00
-2.26

Daily update - 22.04.2021 - 63.32% Turnover driven by MCBG (Rs 231.00)

 

Notable points:

 

• On the banking counter, MCBG (63.32% TMT) inched down 0.11% closing at Rs 231.00 on 117.5k shares, whilst SBMH remained unchanged at Rs 3.55 on a mere 3k share.

 

• On the insurance side, MUA continued its upward trend gaining 1.89% closing Rs 108.00 on 8k shares.

 

• Among conglomerates, CIEL jumped 2.33% closing Rs 4.40 on 52k shares. Similarly, top gainer, ENL rose 3.63% closing Rs 15.70 on 101k shares – amid recently announced projects by Moka City Ltd. Conversely, IBL (12.95% TMT) remained unchanged at Rs 46.10 on 120k shares.



• On the sugar sector, Alteo (5.28% TMT) climbed 0.98% closing Rs 20.70 on 109k shares. However, Omnicane sunk 3.33% closing Rs 14.50 on a mere 2.5k shares.

 

• On the hotel front, SUN slipped 2.33% closing Rs 12.55 on 32k shares.

 

• On the leisure counter, Lottotech increased 0.97% closing Rs 8.32 on 145k shares. To note, Lottotech hit an intraday high of Rs 8.40 before closing lower to Rs 8.32.

 

• On the construction side, UBP unchanged at Rs 133.50 on 15k shares traded.

 

MCBG (Pref) up 0.43% closing Rs 11.65 on 12k shares.

 

On the DEM: Phoenix Investment declined 2.26% closing Rs 390.00 on 5k shares.



Among commodities: Gold down 0.36% to USD 1786.65 by 15:13 Mauritian time –amid higher EU stocks.