The Dar es Salaam’s stock exchange’s industrial and allied segment has increased in both volume and turnover last week, with Swissport transacting 811,171 shares at 5,450/- each. TSL’s weekly market commentary has revealed that TBL (Tanzania Breweries Ltd) has transacted 206,136 shares at 13,500/- for each share, Twida has transacted 23,613 shares at 2,290/- for each share and TCC transacted 6,800 shares at 11,700/- for each share. The market has also seen TOL transactions for 1,350 shares at 800/- per share and Simba and Swala trading 20 shares each at 1,860/- and 500/- respectively per share. Buoyed up by the DSE an TBL counters which closed respectively at TZS 1,340 and TZS 13,500, the Industrial and Allied Index has strengthened by +1.04% to 5,089.93 points. On the other hand, the Banking segment has seen a lower number of transactions in both turnover and share volume over the course of this week. Banking only accounted for 41% of this week’s entire traded volume, and just 12% of market value. The DSE counter this week transacted 711,302 shares in its Banking segment, closing the week at TZS 1,340 for each share. A further 56.41% gain has been made in share volume and turnover over the week. 0.42% has been gained by the DSEI, and the TSI has closed at 3,911.06 – up by 0.35% thanks to gains on the TBL and DSE counter. This left the Banking segment Index 0.10% stronger than last week, at 2,775.64 points.