Best and worst trades on the JSE: Montauk Renewables, MAS PLC, and more

 Best and worst trades on the JSE: Montauk Renewables, MAS PLC, and more

Best and worst trades on the JSE.

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The JSE is the largest stock exchange in Africa. Take a closer look at the top gainers and losers on Monday 12 April 2022.

Montauk Renewables Inc (MKR)

MKR stocks closed on R159.49 on April 12 above a previous close of R153.46, and indicated a total price move of +R6.03/+3.93%. The consensus forecast on MKR stocks suggests a 0% sell, 40% hold and 60% buy.

MAS PLC (MSP)

MSP stocks closed on R21.59 on April 12 above a previous close of R20.78, and indicated a total price move of +R0.81/+3.90%. The consensus forecast on MSP stocks suggests a 60% sell, 20% hold and 20% buy.

Textainer Group Holdings (TXT)

TXT stocks closed on R496.26 on April 12 above a previous close of R481.00, and indicated a total price move of +R15.26/+3.17%. The consensus forecast on TXT stocks suggests a 33% sell, 33% hold and 33% buy.

The Stocks that have performed the worst today:

Investec PLC (INP)

INP stocks closed on R93.60 on April 12 below a previous close of R102.25, and indicated a total price move of -R8.65/-8.46%. The consensus forecast on INP stocks suggests a 0% sell, 0% hold and 100% buy.

Investec Ltd (INL)

INL stocks closed on R95.40 on April 12 below a previous close of R103.30, and indicated a total price move of -R7.90/-7.65%. The consensus forecast on INL stocks suggests a 0% sell, 0% hold and 100% buy.

Capital & Counties Property PLC (CCO)

CCO stocks closed on R31.21 on April 12 below a previous close of R32.60, and indicated a total price move of -R1.39/-4.26%. The consensus forecast on CCO stocks suggests a 25% sell, 0% hold and 75% buy.

Chris Louw

https://sashares.co.za/

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