Oct. 4 (Bloomberg) -- TransCentury Ltd., a Kenyan investor in infrastructure projects, headed for its biggest gain since it started trading on the Nairobi Stock Exchange in July 14.
The company’s shares rose 8 percent to 27 shillings as of 12:58 p.m. Nairobi-based TransCentury began trading on July 14 at a reference price of 50 shillings.
TransCentury’s 14-day relative strength index closed at 11.5 yesterday. A level of 30 or less indicates a possible buying opportunity.
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