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A disappointing week for the Ai40 saw the Index tumble 1.26 points to close at a value of 117.81. This is down 1.05% on last week’s value of 119.07, with 60% of the companies on the Index recording losses for the session.
It was another week of gain, although minimal, as the Ai40 Index edged 0.62 points up from last week’s value of 119.07. The Index therefore gained 0.52% to close the week at 119.69.
The Ai40 Index rebounded slightly this week, gaining 0.58 points, or 0.84% on the back of some strong gains. It moved from last week’s value of 118.49 to almost reach the same level as two weeks ago, but fell slightly short at 119.07.
The Ai40 Index dropped even further this week, continuing its three-week losing streak. From last week’s value of 119.09, the Index has lost 0.6 points, or 0.5% to close the week at 118.49; 22 of the 40 Index companies recorded negative figures this week.
Johannesburg, South Africa, 15 November 2013: Africa investor (Ai) magazine, a member of the Africa investor Group, is the leading international African investment newsstand magazine for global investment decision-makers.
A two-week hiatus has seen the Africa investor (Ai) 40 Investors’ Index disappointingly drop after weeks of continuous gains that saw it reach above the 120 level for the first time this year. Although there were no tremendous losses over the fortnight, 23 out of the 40 companies on the Index recorded decreases. The Index […]
The Ai40 continued on its upward trajectory this week as the Index broke through the 120 mark. Boosted by a stellar performance from the Moroccan arm of cement giant Lafarge, the Index gained 2.18 points, or 1.84%, up from last week’s position of 118.23 points, to close Friday on 120.41 points.« Previous Entries