The FTSE/Namibia Overall Index (FTN098) advanced for an eighth day, increasing 0.9 percent to 911.97 in Windhoek, the highest since Feb. 17.
Kenya’s All-Share Index (NSEASI) fell for a fifth day, slumping 2 percent to 53.55 in Nairobi, the biggest decline since Nov. 30. The Nigerian Stock Exchange All-Share Index (NGSEINDX) retreated 0.7 percent to 20,683.46 at the close in Lagos, according to a statement on the bourse’s website, a fourth day of losses. Mauritius’s market was closed for a public holiday today.
The following shares were active in sub-Saharan Africa, excluding South Africa. Stock symbols are in parentheses.
Eterna Oil & Gas Plc (ETERNAOI NL), a Nigerian distributor of petroleum products, advanced for a second day, rising 1.8 percent to 2.79 naira, the highest since Jan. 4. Oil rose for the first time in four days as the European Union agreed to ban oil imports from Iran, raising concern that retaliation from the Islamic Republic may disrupt oil supply from the Middle East.
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