NTS - Information

TRADING STATISTICS
Price:
52 Wk High: 2.16c
52 Wk Low: 2.16c
20 Day VWAP: 0.00
P/E: 8.60
D/Y: 0.00%
PBV: 1.22
EV/EBITDA: 7.90
Issued Shares: 253,872,420
Market Cap: $5,483,644.27
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NTS Company Description
NTS
Rank Shareholder Total Shares % Holding
1 MBCA NOMINEES (PVT) LTD 86,867,731 34.22
2 OLD MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE CO. ZIM 47,718,558 18.80
3 RADUN INVESTMENTS (PRIVATE) LIMITE 31,194,348 12.29
4 WILLOUGHBY`S CONSOLIDATED PLC 23,330,664 9.19
5 MAYUR INVESTMENTS (PVT) LTD 11,181,710 4.40
6 MESSINA INVESTMENTS LIMITED (NNR) 8,980,430 3.54
7 NATIONAL SOCIAL SECURITY AUTHOR 6,964,852 2.74
8 WALTON DESMOND PATRICK 5,149,196 2.03
9 NATIONAL PENSION SCHEME 4,938,317 1.95
10 STANBIC NOMINEES (PVT) LTD 4,868,040 1.92
11 OLD MUTUAL ZIMBABWE LIMITED 3,545,721 1.40
12 AFRASIA PENSION FUND - ZIMNAT 1,680,071 0.66
13 ZWM NOMINEES (PVT) LTD 1,105,432 0.44
14 WANG LI PING 1,074,800 0.42
15 NATIONAL SOCIAL SECURITY AUTHOR 859,247 0.34
16 STANBIC NOMINEES (PVT) LTD 690,217 0.27
17 NTS PENSION FUND- OLD MUTUAL 660,000 0.26
18 MAKONI CLEOPHAS 597,583 0.24
19 GURAMATUNHU SOLOMON 562,431 0.22
20 DATVEST NOMINEES ( PVT ) LTD 538,461 0.21
Total holding for top 20 242,507,809 95.52
Remaining holding 11,364,611 4.48
Total issued shares 253,872,420 100
Free Float 64,761,119 25.51
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Weekly -09.11.2018
9 November 2018 | published by: EFE Securities
The ZSE rebounded in the week under review, spurred by the ongoing reporting season which saw the marketís top capitalised counters reporting some impressive numbers for their respective interim periods. The two giants reported strong earnings for their interim period with Econet enjoying a 153% growth in after tax profits to $123.6m while, beverages giant Delta posted a 77% increase in after tax...
Weekly -12.10.2018
12 October 2018 | published by: EFE Securities
Currency hedging following policy pronouncements last week that separated nostro FCA accounts and RTG FCA accounts saw unprecedented demand on the ZSE which culminated in a surge in demand for equities as investors unwound RTGS balances for...
Weekly -05.10.2018
5 October 2018 | published by: EFE Securities
Bulls charged on the ZSE as another wave of uncertainties hovered over the markets following the announcement of the monetary policy earlier in the week. The reintroduction of foreign currency accounts by the central bank at a time the country is already using a multicurrency system left economic agents scrounging for the ever-elusive foreign exchange while, those holding on to local bank balance sought to unwind the positions for investment...
Weekly -21.09.2018
21 September 2018 | published by: EFE Securities
The marketís top capitalised stocks succumbed to a market sell off that saw the Top Ten Index emerge as the worst performer amongst the benchmarks posting a 4.16% decline week on week to 113.77pts. The market losses come on the back of appeals from the newly appointed finance minister to business and traders alike to accept the countryís surrogate currency, Bond Notes, in the wake of its weakness following his comments in the prior week that they will be phased out...
Weekly 12.05.2017
12 May 2017 | published by: EFE Securities
The market rally showed no signs of abating in the second week of May amidst generally tepid trades despite strong demand against the back drop of constrained supply. Bids continued to firm up on the market as more participants sought to exit their liquid positions for equities. Activity was further spurred by the a coterie of corporate events including the release of the full year results by the marketís top capitalised stock Delta which went on to declare a final dividend of $0.0245 shares...
Monthly Review April 2017
12 May 2017 | published by: EFE Securities
The ZSE saw a rising month of April with the two main indicators closing in the black as a bullish sentiment swept across the board. Shoring up the activity on the market were the corporate actions along with the momentum from the reporting season, for the December reported date, which had some surprisingly better numbers despite the ecodenomic woes. The Econet rights and debenture issue was the major highlight on the corporate scene with its surrogate instruments, letters of...
Weekly 05.05.2017
5 May 2017 | published by: EFE Securities
The ZSE rallied into the month of May as demand continued to sour on the bourse amidst constrained supply. Demand for shares has been growing evident in the generally well bid nature exhibited across the board while, offers remain rather tepid. Propping up the demand has been the resurgent local investor appetite that has been spurred by the cash crises as investors seek exposure to investments with potential to ride out the emergent inflationary pressures. Buoyed by the firm demand the...
Weekly 07.04.2017
7 April 2017 | published by: EFE Securities
The ZSE remained buoyant into April as demand remained firm amidst supply constraints leaving the market reflecting a rather bullish picture. The main stream Industrial Index charged 0.81% to 140.08pts buoyed by the bullish sentiment and immediately narrowed the year to date loss for the benchmark to 3.08%. Elsewhere, the Mining Index rallied 2.66% and ended the week at 60.12pts on the back of the firming RioZim, and this helped grow its year to date return to 2.75%. The marketís surges rode on...
Weekly 24.03.2017
24 March 2017 | published by: EFE Securities
The market capped the penultimate week of the month in the red amidst mixed trading on the bourse. The mixed trades on the market come in the wake of the ongoing reporting season with various companies releasing numbers. Meanwhile, the tobacco selling season entered its second week with expectations remaining high for an improved output in agriculture after received good high amounts of rainfall in the ongoing faming season. Tobacco sales along with expected cut on the food import bill are...
Weekly 17.02.2017
17 February 2017 | published by: EFE Securities
Mounting selling pressure in heavy caps took its toll on ZSE leaving the benchmark Industrial Index in the red for another week. The industrials shed 1.73% and settled at 136.97pts as the index extended its year to date losses to 5.23%. The weakness in the market comes amidst the announcement of the monetary policy by the Central Bank where the Governor of the Reserve Bank introduced a $70mn nostro stabilisation facility to deal with delays in processing of outgoing payments....