ACA 5,600     ACA 5,600     ACA 5,600     CRDB 150     CRDB 150     CRDB 150     DCB 340     DCB 340     DCB 340     EABL 4,220     EABL 4,220     EABL 4,220     JHL 8,200     JHL 8,200     JHL 8,200     KA 205     KA 205     KA 205     KCB 880     KCB 880     KCB 880     MBP 500     MBP 500     MBP 500     NICO 275     NICO 275     NICO 275     NMB 2,340     NMB 2,340     NMB 2,340     NMG 1,480     NMG 1,480     NMG 1,480     PAL 400     PAL 400     PAL 400     SWIS 2,660     SWIS 2,660     SWIS 2,660     TBL 12,900     TBL 12,900     TBL 12,900     TCC 17,000     TCC 17,000     TCC 17,000     TCCL 640     TCCL 640     TCCL 640     TOL 660     TOL 660     TOL 660     TPCC 2,060     TPCC 2,060     TPCC 2,060     TTP 120     TTP 120     TTP 120     SWALA 490     SWALA 490     SWALA 490     USL 20     USL 20     USL 20     MKCB 800     MKCB 800     MKCB 800     MCB 500     MCB 500     MCB 500     YETU 600     YETU 600     YETU 600     MUCOBA 400     MUCOBA 400     MUCOBA 400     DSE 1,400     DSE 1,400     DSE 1,400     VODA 800     VODA 800     VODA 800     TICL 450     TICL 450     TICL 450     

Dar es salaam Stock Exchange

End of Day - 12 Dec 2018
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Sector : Banks, Finance & Investments


The Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE) is a market place where buyers and sellers of financial instruments meet. The Exchange is the secondary leg of Capital Markets that help avail long term and affordable capital to companies (productive users) from investors (idle holders/savers) with investment motives.

The Stock Exchange is therefore part of the process through which companies looking for capital; issue financial instruments to investors from the general public so as to raise capital and finance their businesses. The two main financial instruments issued by companies to raise capital are Equity (Shares) and Debt (Corporate Bonds).