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By Rawle Lucas
In the month of November, five stocks were active. Figure 1 below shows that the most active stocks were those of DIH and RBL which traded in each of the five trading periods during the month. The stocks of DTC traded four times during the month while those of DBL and DDL traded once. BTI, CBI, CCI and SPL were inactive during the November trading period.
A total of 234,493 shares were traded in November 2021. The stocks of DIH were the most dominant with 115,433 or 49.227 percent shares changing hands. Following DIH was RBL with 71,499 or 30.491% of the shares traded. The stocks of DTC accounted for 3,018 or 1.287% of the shares that were traded. A total of 44,543 or 18.995 percent of shares that changed hands in the month of November belonged to DBL and DDL. DBL was responsible for 10,543 while DDL accounted for 34,000 of the traded shares of the two companies.
The liquidity generated in the month of November amounted to G$64.388 million and was spread among the five companies whose stocks traded as reflected in Figure 3. Two companies, DIH and RBL, accounted for 80.862 percent of the liquidity gotten from the stock trades. Sellers of DIH got 58.122 percent of the liquidity while sellers of RBL stocks garnered 22.740 percent. The liquidity gotten from the sale of DTC shares was 8.861 percent of the total while that from DDL was 7.003 percent. The shares of DBL contributed 3.455 percent of the liquidity generated.