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Wed, 10 Jul 2019 18:05 - Updated Wed, 10 Jul 2019 18:05

Bodiva trades over AKz 450 billion

Luanda - Around 450.7 billion kwanzas were traded from January to Tuesday on the Angola Debt and Stock Exchange (Bodiva), with more than 2,000 trades made.

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Of the total value, 379.5 billion kwanzas were traded in a multilateral environment and 71.2 billion in the bilateral market.

According to data released today by Bodiva technicians to journalists, the highest peak, of the period in question, was recorded in February this year.

In this period (February), the value of Kwanzas was 90.6 billion, in terms of negotiations.

For the bilateral market, the average price of Treasury Bonds Indexed to the Exchange Rate (OTXC) was set at 99.52 and 87.68 kwanzas for Treasury Bonds (OTNR), while for Treasury Bills ( BT) was 939.33 kwanzas.

Banco de Fomento Angola (BFA) continues to lead the charts by conducting 1,074 trades, which have so far allowed a turnover of around 268.9 billion kwanzas traded.

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