Dar es Salaam. The Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE) market opened the week on a low note after the total market turnover dipped by 93. 8 per cent on Tuesday this week, when compared with Friday last week.

DSE resumed its trading on Tuesday, whereby the daily report showed that the total turnover was Sh16.75 million compared with Sh272.21 million recorded during the closing day of last week.

The total of 47,125 shares were traded in 18 deals, with local investors continued to dominate the market through both shares buying and selling sides.

The DSE Plc counter recorded the highest turnover with Sh6.62 million after trading 5,170 shares at weighted average price of Sh1, 280 per share in four deals.

It was followed by CRDB, whose counter recorded a turnover of Sh4.92 million after trading 38,935 shares at weighted average price of Sh125 per share in seven deals.

TPCC counter tabled Sh4.66 million and it traded 2,120 shares in four deals at Sh2,200 per share, lastly was TCCL counter which records a total turnover of Sh540, 000 after trading 900 shares at Sh600 in three deals.

Both of the DSE indices opened the week in red.

All share index (DSEI) opened 12.15 points down to 2,020.08 points on Tuesday, while the Tanzania share index which measures the performance of the local listed firms was also down by 0.18 points.