Best and worst trades on the JSE: Gold Fields, Naspers, and more

 Best and worst trades on the JSE: Gold Fields, Naspers, and more

Best and worst trades on the JSE.

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Gold Fields Ltd (GFI)

GFI stocks closed on R252.76 on March 8 above a previous close of R240.69, and indicated a total price move of +R12.07/+5.01%. The consensus forecast on GFI stocks suggests a 36% sell, 18% hold and 45% buy.

Naspers Ltd (NPN)

NPN stocks closed on R1709.19 on March 8 above a previous close of R1634.60, and indicated a total price move of +R74.59/+4.56%. The consensus forecast on NPN stocks suggests a 0% sell, 9% hold and 91% buy.

Harmony Gold Mining Company (HAR)

HAR stocks closed on R82.65 on March 8 above a previous close of R79.45, and indicated a total price move of +R3.20/+4.03%. The consensus forecast on HAR stocks suggests a 70% sell, 20% hold and 10% buy.

The Stocks that have performed the worst today:

Bytes Technology Group (BYI)

BYI stocks closed on R84.16 on March 8 below a previous close of R90.08, and indicated a total price move of -R5.92/-6.57%. The consensus forecast on BYI stocks suggests a 0% sell, 0% hold and 100% buy.

Hammerson PLC (HMN)

HMN stocks closed on R6.20 on March 8 below a previous close of R6.61, and indicated a total price move of -R0.41/-6.20%. There is currently no consensus forecast on HMN stocks.

Sappi Ltd (SAP)

SAP stocks closed on R44.50 on March 8 below a previous close of R46.87, and indicated a total price move of -R2.37/-5.06%. The consensus forecast on SAP stocks suggests a 43% sell, 14% hold and 43% buy.

Chris Louw

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