Sat, 04 Jul 2020 12:18 - Updated Sat, 04 Jul 2020 12:15
Bodiva trades Kz 150 billion
Luanda - At least 150 billion kwanzas was the record amount traded in June by the Angolan Debt and Securities Exchange (Bodiva) in the secondary public debt market.
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In March of this same year, the record amount was Kz 132 billion on the secondary public debt market.
The Banco Angolano de Investimento (BAI), the Banco de Fomento de Angola (BFA), Millennium Atlântico (BMA) and the Banco de Poupança e Crédito (BPC), as well as the associated member, the Angolan National Reserve Bank, were the active participants that contributed to the achievement of this milestone.
According to a note delivered to Angop on Friday, they contributed, in aggregate, 81.3% of the total amount transacted.
Treasury bonds indexed to the dollar, with a residual amount traded of 51%, and Treasury bonds, with a maturity in 2023 of 31%, were the most traded, representing 82% of the total amount of transactions in June.
According to the document, the increase in trading volume reflects the consolidation of financial literacy on savings alternatives, as well as the confidence of Angolan companies and families in the financial instruments available for transaction at Bodiva.
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