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Innscor Africa trading @86.22 ZWL with an ROE of 102.3%

By Published On: July 16th, 2021

South Central Africa’s companies are the smallest in Sub-Saharan Africa (excluding South Africa) with the largest company ranking number 32 of the Top 30 companies in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Big Cap stocks in South Central Africa are far less profitable compared to West Africa and East Africa whose companies have ROE’s of 54% and 34% respectively.

3 of the 5 countries represented in the report had positive US$ returns (YTD):

Fundamental valuation outliers

NOTE: Valuations figures are listed as at 30 June 2021. Please click on the company name for updated share price.

Companies with the highest and lowest Return on Equity

Companies with the highest and lowest Price to Earnings Ratio

Companies with the highest and lowest Dividend Yield

Companies with the highest and lowest Price to Book Value Ratio

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South Central Africa Top 30 – June 21.pdf

Hartland-Peel Africa Equity Research manages one of the most comprehensive sources of financial information on Sub-Sahara Africa ex South Africa (SSA ex SA) listed companies, stock markets and sectors going back on a monthly basis to 1990. We also have developed SSA ex SA indices and regional sub-indices to provide investment return data and have stock exchange indices, FX rates, inflation, commodity data, stock price data and company financial information on some 200 plus companies. Hartland-Peel Africa Equity Research, established in 1990, was founded by Christopher Hartland-Peel who has worked extensively in emerging markets – with the IFC in Washington DC, the Asian Development Bank, USAID, and Standard Bank and Exotix in London. In the 1990s he was based in Nairobi working on privatisation and financial market development where he realised there was little or no effective research done on sub-Saharan stock markets. His book, “African Equities, a guide to markets and companies” was published by Euromoney Books in 1996 and the data base represents a continuation of this.
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