ACA 4,960     CRDB 170     DCB 380     DSE 1,400     EABL 5,250     JHL 11,300     KA 320     KCB 1,120     MBP 600     MCB 500     MKCB 830     MUCOBA 400     NMB 2,760     NMG 2,200     PAL 470     SWALA 500     SWIS 3,540     TBL 14,000     TCC 16,300     TCCL 1,200     TICL 450     TOL 780     TPCC 1,480     TTP 130     USL 70     VODA 850     YETU 600     


A share or equity is a piece of ownership of a company or Enterprise. A Company/ an Enterprise sells its ownership to buyers (Investors) from the general public so as to raise capital to invest in their business ventures/ expansion plans with promising returns (profits). Investors who own a company’s shares are called shareholders. Shareholders expect returns (profits) for investing in a company through dividends and capital gains.

Dividend is the sum of money that is paid by a company to its shareholders out of its profits. The amount of dividend paid to a shareholder depends on the number of shares a shareholder owns.

Capital gain is the increase in value of a share price at a stock market. This allows shareholders profit by selling shares at a higher price.


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