Best and worst trades on the JSE: Ninety One, Netcare, and more

 Best and worst trades on the JSE: Ninety One, Netcare, 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 Wednesday 13 April 2022.

Ninety One PLC (N91)

N91 stocks closed on R49.89 on April 14 above a previous close of R47.75, and indicated a total price move of +R2.14/+4.48%. The consensus forecast on N91 stocks suggests a 75% sell, 25% hold and 63% buy.

Netcare Ltd (NTC)

NTC stocks closed on R16.09 on April 14 above a previous close of R15.40, and indicated a total price move of +R0.69/+4.48%. The consensus forecast on NTC stocks suggests a 11% sell, 56% hold and 33% buy.

Compagnie Fin Richemont (CFR)

CFR stocks closed on R186.12 on April 14 above a previous close of R178.53, and indicated a total price move of +R7.59/+4.25%. The consensus forecast on CFR stocks suggests a 4% sell, 19% hold and 77% buy.

The Stocks that have performed the worst today:

Thungela Resources Ltd (TGA)

TGA stocks closed on R247.64 on April 14 below a previous close of R259.81, and indicated a total price move of -R12.17/-4.68%. The consensus forecast on TGA stocks suggests a 0% sell, 0% hold and 100% buy.

Old Mutual Ltd (OMU)

OMU stocks closed on R12.23 on April 14 below a previous close of R12.61, and indicated a total price move of -R0.38/-3.01%. The consensus forecast on OMU stocks suggests a 20% sell, 0% hold and 80% buy.

Mr Price Group Ltd (MRP)

MRP stocks closed on R219.40 on April 14 below a previous close of R225.75, and indicated a total price move of -R6.35/-2.81%. The consensus forecast on MRP stocks suggests a 25% sell, 13% hold and 63% buy.

Chris Louw

https://sashares.co.za/

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