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Markets and Commodity figures

12 September 2018
Price Price MKT Cap Shares in
Company Ticker Sector Country US$ Change* US$Mn P/E Issue Mn

SAB Miller SAB SJ Beverages South Africa 61.18 0.2% 98 536.06 34.8 1 610.6
Anglo American AGL SJ Mining South Africa 16.26 14.4% 20 788.52 -9.9 1 278.5
Sasol SOL SJ Oil & gas South Africa 30.80 8.6% 20 061.76 9.5 651.4
MTN Group MTN SJ Telecommunications South Africa 9.21 -3.9% 16 549.58 16.0 1 797.2
Standard Bank SBK SJ Banking & finance South Africa 12.72 3.7% 20 315.88 11.9 1 596.6
Anglo Platinum AMS SJ Mining South Africa 24.72 3.0% 6 631.96 133.9 268.3
ANGLOGOLD ASHANTI LTD ANG SJ Mining South Africa 10.15 5.8% 4 143.48 -86.4 408.2
Tullow Oil plc TLW GN Oil & gas Ghana 4.07 0.0% 3 711.54 381.7 911.4
Maroc Telecom IAM MC Telecommunications Morocco 14.51 0.7% 12 751.29 21.0 879.1
DANGOTE CEMENT PLC DANG NL Building Materials Nigeria 0.73 18.5% 12 504.51 17.4 17 040.5
Orascom Construction OCIC EY Construction Egypt 12.17 0.0% 2 518.81 74.0 206.9
Attijariwafa Bank ATW MC Banking & finance Morocco 47.49 1.6% 9 666.51 17.0 203.5
Nigerian Breweries NB NL Breweries Nigeria 0.98 15.1% 7 385.83 28.4 7 562.6
Banque Marocaine du Commerce BCE MC Banking & finance Morocco 21.64 -0.6% 3 883.84 16.3 179.5
Telecom Egypt ETEL EY Telecommunications Egypt 0.61 0.6% 1 040.58 8.2 1 707.1
VODAFONE EGYPT VODE EY Telecommunications Egypt 4.39 14.6% 1 054.58 7.7 240.0
BANQUE CENTRALE POPULAIRE BCP MC Banks Morocco 30.93 1.4% 4 006.41 20.2 182.3
Lafarge LAC MC Building materials Morocco 235.42 0.1% 5 516.09 26.0 23.4
Douja Prom Addoha ADH MC Real Estate Morocco 5.09 -0.2% 1 641.29 13.8 322.6
Sonatel Sn SNTS BC Telecommunications Brvm 42.47 0.4% 4 247.25 12.8 100.0
Guaranty Trust Bank GUARANTY NL Banking & finance Nigeria 0.13 16.9% 3 768.98 9.1 29 431.2
Zenith Bank ZENITH NL Banking & finance Nigeria 0.08 20.3% 2 533.70 6.8 31 396.5
CGI CGI MC Real Estate Morocco 44.64 -0.1% 821.72 14.4 18.4
Guinness Nigeria PLC GUINNES NL Beverages Nigeria 0.20 4.9% 322.50 -47.0 1 591.1
Commercial International Bank CIB EY Banks Egypt 4.77 -2.0% 5 502.26 15.0 1 153.9
First Bank FIRSTBAN NL Banks Nigeria 0.02 2.7% 646.45 3.7 35 895.0
Abu Kir Fertilizers ABUK EY Chemicals Egypt 14.63 11.4% 1 230.82 10.8 84.1
East African Breweries EABL KN Breweries Kenya 2.58 3.9% 2 043.44 24.5 790.8
Safaricom Ltd SAFCOM KN Telecommunications Kenya 0.24 5.3% 9 608.20 20.2 40 065.4
Mauritius Comm. Bank MCB MP Banking & finance Mauritius 6.67 1.9% 1 589.91 7.5 238.2
Mobinil EMOB EY Telecommunications Egypt 6.22 -15.2% 621.55 - 100.0
T M G HOLDING TMGH EY Real Estate Egypt 0.42 3.4% 876.71 17.1 2 063.6
Poulina Group Holding PGH TU Holding Companies-Divers Tunisia 3.39 0.2% 610.63 14.5 180.0
Ecobank Transnational Inc ETIT BC Banks Brvm 0.03 1.2% 512.43 2.0 15 952.7
STANBIC IBTC BANK PLC IBTCCB NL Banks Nigeria 0.12 23.2% 1 169.37 11.2 10 000.0
State Bank Mauritius SBM MP Banking & finance Mauritius 0.03 1.9% 1 020.18 11.2 31 000.0
Barclays Bank Kenya BCBL KN Banking & finance Kenya 0.10 1.5% 521.07 7.7 5 432.0
Banque De Tunisie BT TU Banking & finance Tunisia 3.44 -1.0% 515.69 14.1 150.0
Equity Bank Limited EQBNK KN Banking & finance Kenya 0.41 4.3% 1 532.92 9.7 3 773.7
Kenya Comm. Bank Ltd KNCB KN Banking & finance Kenya 0.40 3.1% 1 214.08 6.1 3 025.2

Africa investor Ai40 Weekly Commentary – 31 July 2017
The Ai40 Investor’s Index continued on a tear last week as it broke the 100 level. In a shift of fortunes, Nigerian stocks which
had underperformed in the previous weeks shined as the top picks. Lagos-listed equities buoyed the Index as it gained an
impressive 2.85 points (or 2.9%) from a previous close of 97.73 to end Friday at a high of 100.58.
In the US, equities markets were mixed on Friday as shares for Amazon took a huge knock due to poor second quarter earnings.
According to Market Watch, “the e-commerce giant reported a profit decline of 77% from the same quarter a year ago.” The
Nasdaq and the S&P 500 both closed lower for the week while the Dow Jones managed to shake off Amazon’s decline and end
the week in green. On the global front, equity markets dropped as earnings from large US firms disappointed and key tobacco
stocks were also on the decline. Oil prices, however, “added to recent gains and were on track for their biggest weekly
percentage rise this year” according to Reuters. Prices climbed $3.94 last week to close at $49.71 on Friday, the highest
settlement since May 26.
At Friday’s close, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 0.15%, or 33.76 points, to close the week at a value of 21,830.31.
The Nasdaq Composite Index dropped 0.12 points, to end the week at a value of 6,374.68. The S&P 500 closed the week lower
At Friday’s close, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 0.15%, or 33.76 points, to close the week at a value of 21,830.31.
The Nasdaq Composite Index dropped 0.12 points, to end the week at a value of 6,374.68. The S&P 500 closed the week lower
by 0.13% or 3.32 points, to close Friday on a value of 2,472.10.
Gainers
After dominating the Losers List for three weeks, Nigerian equities tracked by the Index found some respite as all five of the
spots on the Gainers list were taken by Lagos-listed companies. Banking stocks performed particularly well as Stanbic IBTC Bank
was last week’s top stock with a gain of 23.2%. Zenith Bank and Guaranty Trust Bank also fared just as well with increases of
20.3% and 16.9% respectively.
Non-banking stocks that were in favour with investors last week were Dangote Cement which enjoyed an 18.5% gain while
Nigerian Breweries rose by 15.1%. According to Bloomberg, “Traders are betting the economy will soon emerge from a
recession and a foreign-exchange shortage will end thanks to a new currency-trading window for investors.”
Losers
Orange Egypt was last week’s worst performer, the stock fell by a hefty 15.2%. The stock experienced heavy selling by traders
following reports of poor earnings for the second quarter of 2017. According to Menafn.com, “the losses of the company during
the first half of this year increased by 32.5% to reach EGP 1.1bn at the end of June, compared to net losses of EGP 33.4m in the
same period of 2016.” Still in Egypt, stock for Commercial International Bank fell 2% last week.

Shares for MTN Group were also in red as the company’s earnings failed to meet analyst’s expectations. After putting the
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