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Sun, 08 Mar 2020 12:52 - Updated Sun, 08 Mar 2020 12:52

Financial institutions among BODIVA's main negotiators

Luanda - Financial institutions remain as the main negotiators in the capital market with 143,86 billion Kwanzas, more than double the volume of the oil and gas sector with 62.60 billion Kwanzas.

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Logotype of the Angola Stock Exchange Market (Bodiva)

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According to the statement from the Angolan Debt and Values Exchange (BODIVA) that ANGOP had access last Friday, regarding the selling position, the Wholesale and Retail sector leads the way with 93.52 billion Kwanzas, followed by the provision of services, with 46.85 billion Kwanzas.

Due to this, in sales operations, intermediation agents represent 60.4% of the total amount 874.1 billion Kwanzas, followed by corporate customers with 36.2% (316.2 billion Kwanzas) and private customers who correspond to 3.4% (29.8 billion Kwanzas).

Open Accounts

Regarding open accounts, data from Bodiva indicate that during 2019, 4,607 individual registration accounts were opened, which corresponds to more than 23% in comparing to 2018.

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