Bolsa de Valores de Mocambique
CDM 180.00
CMH 1,100,00
CETA 120,00
EMOSE 17,00
ZERO 20,00
TOUCH 100.00
ARCO 100.00
OT 2005 S2 8.00%
Moza Banco 2013 Sub 14.50%
Visabeira 2015 21.75%
OT 2015 S4 10.125%
OT 2015 S5 10.50%
OT 2015 S6 10.50%
STB 2015 S1 21.75%
STB 2015 S2 21.75%
STB 2015 S3 21.75%
BNI 2016 S1 15.00%
Bayport 2016 S1 26.50%
Bayport 2016 S2 27.25%
OT 2016 S1 11.00%
OT 2016 S2 12.75%
OT 2016 S3 16.125%
OT 2016 S6 14.00%
OT 2017 S1 15.625%
OT 2017 S2 14.625%
OT 2017 S3 15.00%
OT 2017 S4 15.125%
OT 2017 S5 14.5625%
OT 2017 S6 18.25%
OT 2017 S7 18.25%
CM 2017 19.50%
Millennium BIM 2017 15.75%
Opportunity Bank 2017 S1 19.25%
Bayport 2017 S1 24.50%
OT 2018 S1 14.50%
OT 2018 S2 14.625%
OT 2018 S3 14.5625%
OT 2018 S4 10.00%
OT 2018 S5 16.00%
OT 2018 S6 16.00%
OT 2018 S7 16.00%
OT 2018 S8 16.00%
OT 2018 S9 16.00%
OT 2018 S10 16.00%
OT 2018 S11 16.00%
OT 2018 S12 16.00%
OT 2019 S2 14.00%
OT 2019 S3 14.00%
Opportunity Bank 2018 S1 19.25%
Opportunity Bank 2018 S2 21.50%
This publication intends to present the evolution of the Mozambique Stock Exchange (BVM) since its inception, by the Government of Mozambique in 1998, to date, addressing aspects of institutional, market, information, the performance of the market and the Stock Exchange, among others.

The Mozambique Stock Exchange (BVM) is just under two decades old and has been playing a growing role in the oxygenation of the financial system, seeking to break the erroneous paradigm that dynamic capital markets can flourish exclusively in developed economies.

We intend to change the terms of the equation by advocating and acting so that the capital market and the BVM are some of the financial instruments that help to promote inclusive economic development and the democratization of capital. Having a robust, diversified and sustainable economy requires a Stock Exchange that matches this desideratum, and not expect the economy to develop only after having a more dynamic Exchange.

Learn more about BVM.