The stock market of the Regional Stock Exchange closes higher this week with a BRVM C which rose by 0.97% to 200.44 points. In the same vein, the BRVM 30 and BRVM Prestige indices ended with respective increases of 0.54% to 98.57 points and 0.55% to 101 points. The performance observed this week is linked to the gains recorded in all sectoral indices except for the "Industry" sector, which recorded a decline (-0.11%). On the other hand, the sectors "Transport" (+4.13%), "Agriculture" (+3.91%), "Distribution" (+2.16%), "Public Services" (+1.11%) and "Finance" (+0.2%) are all up this week. As for volume transactions, they are up, as in the previous week, standing at 1,613,803 shares traded against 867,631 shares. To the detriment of ETI TOGO, CORIS BANK BF dominates trade by representing 51% of this volume. In value, transactions increased by 378.23% to 10.80 billion FCFA against 2.58 billion FCFA last week. In value terms, CORIS BANK BF accounted for 64% of transactions. In total, 21 values are up against 16 down, 8 values have remained constant.

The BRVM bond market posted a market capitalization up by XOF 37 million, or +0.24%. The overall capitalization of the bonds is 9,112 billion FCFA as of February 3, 2023. The TPCI symbol bond. O30 represents 85% of transactions in value which increased by 246.85% to 3.50 billion FCFA.