Kenya's Safaricom soars on debut
Shares in mobile phone company Safaricom soared 50% on their first day of trading after Kenya's biggest ever stock market flotation.
The stock rose to 7.5 Kenyan shillings (60p) from a sale price of 5 shillings in trade on the Nairobi Stock Exchange.
The Kenyan government should raise about $833m (£422m) from the sale of a 25% stake in the company.
The sale of 10 billion shares gave millions of working Kenyans a chance to own shares for the first time.
Foreign investors were required to pay 5.5 shillings, 10% more than the price offered to Kenyans.