At least four companies suffered share price fall on Wednesday after a massive 116 transactions were made at the local bourse. G4S, Letshego and PrimeTime all shed 0.01 Thebe to their share prices while Stan-chart lost 0.25 Thebe to trade at 850 Thebe per share. BIHL share price continued on its upward trend since the beginning of the week gaining a further 0.01 Thebe to trade at 1644 Thebe per share. New African Properties (NAP) has also been on an upward progression alongside BIHL and closed the midweek business trading at 293 Thebe per share after gaining 0.10 Thebe after 51 transactions were carried on the counter. Property company Turnstar was one the three counters to end the day on the green, having gained 0.02 Thebe to trade at 322 Thebe per share. On Wednesday, a volume of 159,425,347 shares were traded on the domestic board, generating a turnover of P494, 258,856.57. Foreign equity companies did not register any share price movement.