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Casablanca dung: Moroccan legal entities sellers, UCITS buyers


THE stock market remains marked in the second quarter of 2023 by the weight of domestic legal entities. These dominate, in fact, the structure of investors in the equities compartment of the central market, representing 46% of the quarterly volume, followed by Undertakings for Collective Investment in Transferable Securities (UCITS ; 29%), according to the Moroccan Capital Market Authority (AMMC) which published the report on the profile of stock market investors for the second quarter. Moroccan individuals are responsible for 11% of the quarterly volume and foreign legal entities for 10%.

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The profile of stock market investors for the second quarter highlights four main elements which characterized purchases and sales.

The first is that Moroccan legal entities are more active and significantly increase their purchases as well as their sales compared to the first quarter of 2023. They make purchases worth 3.9 billion dirhams in Q2 2023 and sales of around 4 .2 billion dirhams, strong growth compared to Q1 2023, i.e. +121.8% and +145.4% respectively.

The second characteristic is that UCITS have a net buying position and make purchases with a volume of 3.1 billion dirhams, an increase compared to Q1 2023 (+54.3%) and a sales volume of 2 billion of dirhams, down 10.1% compared to Q1 2023.

The third is that the Moroccan individuals increase their purchases by 53.9% compared to Q1 2023, for an amount which amounts to 882 million dirhams in Q2 2023. They make sales for an amount of 1.1 billion dirhams, a clear increase compared to in Q1 2023 (+139.1%) and in Q2 2022 (+24.9%).

The fourth characteristic is that for foreign investors, legal entities make purchases of 757 million dirhams, down slightly compared to Q1 2023 (797 million) and up sharply compared to Q2-2022 (+224.9% ). They achieved sales of 996 million dirhams, up compared to Q1 2023 (+57.1%) and Q2 2022 (+33.0%).



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