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02 January 2017
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Price
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Company

Ticker

Sector

Country

SAB Miller

SAB SJ

Beverages

South Africa

55.94

Anglo American

AGL SJ

Mining

South Africa

Sasol

SOL SJ

Oil & gas

South Africa

MTN Group

MTN SJ

Telecommunications

Standard Bank

SBK SJ

Anglo Platinum
ANGLOGOLD ASHANTI LTD

MKT Cap
US$Mn

Shares in
Issue Mn

P/E

-3.6%

90 098.82

34.8

1 610.6

15.41

8.7%

19 792.18

-10.3

1 284.5

26.28

-2.5%

17 118.75

8.9

651.4

South Africa

8.34

-1.9%

15 206.42

15.8

1 822.5

Banking & finance

South Africa

10.62

-2.7%

17 011.69

10.8

1 601.4

AMS SJ

Mining

South Africa

20.72

-5.6%

5 588.27

122.8

269.7

ANG SJ

Mining

South Africa

10.97

-8.6%

4 444.78

-102.2

405.3

Tullow Oil plc

TLW GN

Oil & gas

Ghana

6.54

-2.7%

5 957.60

381.7

911.4

Maroc Telecom

IAM MC

Telecommunications

Morocco

13.29

-1.6%

11 684.02

20.0

879.1

DANGOTE CEMENT PLC

DANG NL

Building Materials

Nigeria

0.51

-0.4%

8 670.31

17.4

17 040.5

Orascom Construction

OCIC EY

Construction

Egypt

12.42

-4.0%

2 569.97

74.0

206.9

Attijariwafa Bank

ATW MC

Banking & finance

Morocco

39.20

-1.7%

7 978.34

17.3

203.5

Nigerian Breweries

NB NL

Breweries

Nigeria

7 562.6

Banque Marocaine du Commerce

BCE MC

Banking & finance

Morocco

Telecom Egypt

ETEL EY

Telecommunications

VODAFONE EGYPT

VODE EY

BANQUE CENTRALE POPULAIRE


Lafarge

0.98

0.5%

7 385.83

28.4

20.73

-2.0%

3 720.90

17.5

179.5

Egypt

0.57

-5.7%

965.20

5.5

1 707.1

Telecommunications

Egypt

3.43

3.3%

822.42

5.9

240.0

BCP MC

Banks

Morocco

23.41

-1.8%

4 006.41

16.0

182.3

LAC MC

Building materials

Morocco

229.15

-3.1%

4 003.12

22.9

17.5

Douja Prom Addoha

ADH MC

Real Estate

Morocco

3.69

-2.5%

1 189.07

13.1

322.6

Sonatel Sn

SNTS BC

Telecommunications

Brvm

39.25

-3.7%

3 925.40

12.6

100.0

Guaranty Trust Bank

GUARANTY NL

Banking & finance

Nigeria

0.07

3.0%

2 013.30

5.0

29 431.2

Zenith Bank

ZENITH NL

Banking & finance

Nigeria

0.04

-2.2%

1 377.91

4.0

31 396.5

CGI

CGI MC

Real Estate

Morocco

42.13

-1.6%

775.52

14.4

18.4

Guinness Nigeria PLC

GUINNES NL

Beverages

Nigeria

0.28

0.5%

426.23

500.0

1 505.9

Commercial International Bank

CIB EY

Banks

Egypt

3.85

-6.0%

4 418.07

14.1

1 147.1

First Bank

FIRSTBAN NL

Banks

Nigeria

0.01

1.2%

350.45

2.3

35 895.0

Abu Kir Fertilizers

ABUK EY

Chemicals

Egypt

5.95

-15.9%

500.30

8.6

84.1

East African Breweries

EABL KN

Breweries

Kenya

2.57

-1.3%

2 032.42

28.3

790.8

Safaricom Ltd

SAFCOM KN

Telecommunications

Kenya

0.20

-0.7%

7 973.52

17.9

40 065.4

Mauritius Comm. Bank

MCB MP

Banking & finance

Mauritius

6.24

-0.6%

1 485.82

7.5

238.2

Mobinil

EMOB EY

Telecommunications

Egypt

5.86

-7.9%

586.31

100.0

T M G HOLDING

TMGH EY

Real Estate

Egypt

0.50

-1.1%

1 040.66

21.0

2 063.6

Poulina Group Holding

PGH TU

Holding Companies-Divers

Tunisia

2.79

-2.4%

502.18

16.0

180.0

Ecobank Transnational Inc

ETIT BC

Banks

Brvm

0.04

0.5%

667.27

2.9

15 952.7

STANBIC IBTC BANK PLC

IBTCCB NL

Banks

Nigeria

0.05

-6.8%

465.90

8.1

10 000.0

State Bank Mauritius

SBM MP

Banking & finance

Mauritius

0.03

-0.6%

953.39

11.2

31 000.0

Barclays Bank Kenya

BCBL KN

Banking & finance

Kenya

0.09

0.4%

486.19

6.1

5 432.0

Banque De Tunisie

BT TU

Banking & finance

Tunisia

3.41

-3.3%

511.70

13.3

150.0

Equity Bank Limited

EQBNK KN

Banking & finance

Kenya

0.30

-5.6%

1 141.61

5.7

3 773.7

Kenya Comm. Bank Ltd

KNCB KN

Banking & finance

Kenya

0.31

-1.0%

922.75

4.4

3 025.2

Africa investor Ai40 Weekly Commentary 28 November 2016


It was yet another rocky session for the Ai40 Index as it dropped in value for the third week in a row. Africas big three
South Africa, Nigeria and Egypt featured heavily in both the gainers and losers lists and this held true for banking, telecoms
and mining stocks. The index closed the session with a loss of 1.78 points, or 1.95%, from last weeks value of 91.13. It closed
the week at a value of 89.35.
In global markets, equities in the US closed up on Friday posting a three week winning streak. In recent weeks, stocks in the US
have consistently posted record highs on the back of President-elect Donald Trumps policy promises. The US dollar, however,
pulled back against major currencies. Elsewhere, Japanese stocks remained buoyed by a lower yen, Britains FTSE 100 was
nearly flat last week following a report which indicated that the governments borrowing needs may be larger than expected
over the next five years according to USA Today. On Friday, oil prices fell as sentiment grew that OPEC (Organization of the
Petroleum Exporting Countries) producers would not be able to come to an agreement on capping production.
At Fridays close, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 0.36%, or 68.96 points, to close at a value of 19,152.14. The Nasdaq
Composite Index picked up 0.34%, or 18.24 points, to end the session at 5,398.92. Similarly, the S&P 500 gained 0.39%, or 8.63

At Fridays close, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 0.36%, or 68.96 points, to close at a value of 19,152.14. The Nasdaq
Composite Index picked up 0.34%, or 18.24 points, to end the session at 5,398.92. Similarly, the S&P 500 gained 0.39%, or 8.63
points, to close Friday on a value of 2,213.35.
Gainers
This session, banking stocks took the lions share of the gainers list, however, it was South African mining firm Anglo American
which topped the list with an increase of 8.7%. The gain came after renewed optimism about the miners De Beers business.
Vodafone Egypt stock found some decent footing after suffering massive losses last session, the stock closed up by 3.3%.
Moving to the banks; Nigerian based Guaranty Trust bank and First bank increased by 3.0% and 1.2% respectively. Bvrm-listed
Ecobank Transnational gained a modest 0.5%.
Losers
This week, the stock for Abu Qir Fertilizers (an Egyptian chemicals company) fared the worst as it suffered a 15.9% loss. South
African mining company AngloGold Ashanti dropped by 8.6%, as investor sentiment points to the end of a rally that drove
stocks to multi-year highs according to Colin McClelland on IOL. Orange Egypt, a telecoms provider, fell out of the gainers list
from last week and closed out the session with a 7.9% drop.
The stock for Stanbic IBTC Bank of Nigeria lost 6.8% while Commercial International Bank of Egypt (the largest private-sector
bank in that country) was down 6.0%.
For more on the Ai40 Index, please, visit the Africa investor website at www.africainvestor.com.