BTCL was the biggest gainer on the Botswana Stock Exchange (BSE) on Wednesday, ending the day trading at 112 Thebe after gaining 2 Thebe on its share price. Barclays was another company whose share price moved upwards, gaining a Thebe to close business trading at 521 Thebe per share. On the negative side, Sechaba led the pack in losing 299 Thebe to trade at 2100 Thebe when the business closed. FNBB lost three Thebe. This, therefore, meant that the bank shares traded at 275 Thebe per share. The other counter which suffered a drop in the share price is Letshego which lost a Thebe to have its shares trading 223 Thebe per share. There was no movement registered on the foreign equity as well as Foreign Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs). The whole market recorded a turnover of P103, 031,940.01 following the trading of 7,553,976 volumes of shares.