The Yangon Stock Exchange (YSX) will lose about 8 billion kyats by 2021,

according to the YSX Annual Report. In comparison to the same time last year, the Yangon Stock Exchange (YSX) traded less than 8 billion kyats in 2021.

Shares were traded for 4.3 billion kyats in 2021, down from 12.6 billion kyats in 2020, when they were worth about 8.3 billion kyats.

In the six listed companies in 2020, shares traded for 1.87 million, while in the 2021 listed companies, they traded for approximately 8.8 million.

The average share price of First Myanmar Investment (FMI) at the end of 2021 was 8,400 kyats. 3,100 kyats from Myanmar Thilawa SEZ Holdings Public (MTSH); 7,900 kyats from the Myanmar Citizens Bank (MBC); 19500 kyats are charged by First Private Bank (FBP). 2,600 kyats from TMH Telecom Public (TMH);

Amata Holding Public Co., Ltd. was listed at 6,000 kyats, while Ever Flow River Group Public (EFR) was listed at 2,900 kyats. On January 28, 2022, AMATA’s share price was 5,100 kyats at the end of trading.