The HBCU Money™ Weekly Market Watch


Our Money Matters /\ August 2, 2013

A weekly snapshot of African American owned public companies and HBCU Money™ tracked African stock exchanges.

NAME TICKER PRICE (GAIN/LOSS %)

African American Publicly Traded Companies

Citizens Bancshares Georgia (CZBS) $5.60 (0.00% UNCH)

Radio One (ROIA) $2.36 (0.42% DN)

African Stock Exchanges

Bourse Regionale des Valeurs Mobilieres (BRVM)  N/A

Botswana Stock Exchange (BSE)  8 620.17 (0.06% DN)

Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE)  1 942.20 (61.89% UP)*

Nairobi Stock Exchange (NSE)  123.30 (N/A)

Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) 41 700.19 (0.50% DN)

International Stock Exchanges

New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) 9 676.09 (0.03% UP)

London Stock Exchange (LSE)  3 531.17 (0.35% DN)

Tokyo Stock Exchange (TOPIX)  1 196.17 (2.82% UP)

Commodities

Gold 1 311.80 (0.06% UP)

Oil 106.91 (0.91% DN)

*Ghana Stock Exchange shows current year to date movement. All others daily.

All quotes reported as of 1:00 PM Eastern Time Zone

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5 responses to “The HBCU Money™ Weekly Market Watch

  1. How many Black owned businesses are currently trading on the stock market?

  2. Correction – How many African American owned businesses are currently trading on the stock market (any or all of the markets)?

  3. Are these the only Black Publicly traded Companies? baronboyscout@gmail.com

    • Yes, these are currently the only verified majority African American owned public companies. Carver Bank of New York was on the list but was removed after the injection of equity investment by major European American banks in 2011 dwindled the African American ownership to a non-majority stake.

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