NSE share prices remain constant during Moi’s burial ceremony

Trading at the Nairobi Securities Exchange remained stagnant hours after opening on Wednesday when the whole country shifted focus to Kabarak in Nakuru County to join mourners in giving former President Daniel Moi last respect.

According to Nutcracker Africa real time feed on NSE at 11 am indicated no change on three indices, with the value of the Nairobi All Share Index (NASI) at 166.34, NSE25 at 4110.98 and NSE20 maintaining Monday’s value of 2666.96.

It had also lost 20 basis points against the Euro to trade at 109.71 and 0.12 percentage points against the UK pound to trade at 130.32. The star reported

Wednesday marked the last salute for the late Moi, who took over the country’s leadership mantle in 1978, and ruled for 24 years.

He passed away on February 4, 2020 in his home. He died aged 95.

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