Best and worst trades on the JSE: Telkom, Transcap, and more

 Best and worst trades on the JSE: Telkom, Transcap, and more

Best and worst trades on the JSE.

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The JSE All Share Index showed marginal gains at 0.74% today. See who the biggest winners and losers were on the day. Read more.

Telkom SA Ltd (TKG)

TKG stocks closed on R46.59 on April 26 above a previous close of R44.37, and indicated a total price move of +R2.22/+5.00%. The consensus forecast on TKG stocks suggests a 13% sell, 50% hold and 38% buy.

Transaction Capital Ltd (TCP)

TCP stocks closed on R51.50 on April 26 above a previous close of R49.22, and indicated a total price move of +R2.28/+4.63%. The consensus forecast on TCP stocks suggests a 20% sell, 20% hold and 60% buy.

Coronation Fund Managers Ltd (CML)

CML stocks closed on R41.40 on April 26 above a previous close of R39.74, and indicated a total price move of +R1.66/+4.18%. There is currently no consensus forecast on CML stocks.

The Stocks that have performed the worst today:

Bytes Technology Group (BYI)

BYI stocks closed on R90.00 on April 26 below a previous close of R96.11, and indicated a total price move of -R6.11/-6.36%. The consensus forecast on BYI stocks suggests a 0% sell, 0% hold and 100% buy.

KAP Industrial Holdings (KAP)

KAP stocks closed on R4.85 on April 26 below a previous close of R5.00, and indicated a total price move of -R0.15/-3.00%. There is currently no consensus forecast on KAP stocks.

Kumba Iron Ore (KIO)

KIO stocks closed on R476.40 on April 26 below a previous close of R490.30, and indicated a total price move of -R13.90/-2.83%. The consensus forecast on KIO stocks suggests a 83% sell, 17% hold and 0% buy.

Chris Louw

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