Bolsa de Valores de Mocambique
HCB 6,15
CDM 200.00
CMH 2,148,43
CETA 120,00
EMOSE 20,00
ZERO 20,00
TOUCH 100.00
ARCO 100.00
OT 2005 S2 8.00%
Moza Banco 2013 Sub 22.50%
Visabeira 2015 20.25%
OT 2015 S4 10.125%
OT 2015 S5 10.50%
OT 2015 S6 10.50%
STB 2015 Sub S1 20.75%
STB 2015 Sub S2 20.25%
STB 2015 Sub. S3 21.75%
BNI 2016 S1 13.50%
Bayport 2016 S1 26.50%
Bayport 2016 S2 25.50%
OT 2016 S1 11.00%
OT 2016 S2 12.75%
OT 2016 S3 16.125%
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 18.375%
Millennium BIM 2017 15.75%
Opportunity Bank 2017 S1 19.25%
Bayport 2017 S1 23.00%
OT 2018 S1 13.6878%
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 13.75%
OT 2018 S8 13.75%
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%

Without prejudice to other formal sources of law, the Securities Market Code reserves for itself a huge block of legal provisions that establish the duty to provide information to the market by the issuers with securities listed on the stock exchange, as well as the obligation of financial intermediaries to report weekly to the stock exchange and to the Central Bank, the transactions they carry out in the off-exchange market.

Article 73 et seq. of the abovementioned code lay down the object and content of the information which the issuing entities with securities admitted to trading on the stock exchange must provide to the market, whenever the facts set out therein exist. Those provisions shall also apply to issuers with securities registered with the Central Securities Depository.

This set of legal norms aims to fulfil one of the essential objectives translated into the enhancement of transparency in the securities market in Mozambique.

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