Nedbank

900 | +0.2

Royal Swazi Sugar (RSSC)

1355 | -0.07

Swd Empowerment (SEL)

2500 | +12

Swaprop

545 | -0.12

Swazispa Holdings

600 | -0.12

What we do

What does the ESE do?

The stock exchange is basically a market for capital. It provides a link between economic agents in need of finance and investors seeking profitable investments opportunities. This process involves the issuing, listing and trading of securities. Companies that are in need of finance would normally issue securities on the exchange and investors would buy them as an investment. Three types of securities are currently listed on the ESE namely; equity, corporate bonds and Government bonds.