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Counter Price   Δ USc % Δ % Δ YTD
ZIMPLOW 8.10 0.28 3.58% 3.58%
SIMBISA 45.00 1.00 2.27% 8.88%
UNIFREIGHT 1.45 0.03 2.11% 2.11%
DELTA 157.52 0.93 0.59% 8.63%
OLD MUTUAL 494.75 2.13 0.43% 9.02%
Counter Price   Δ USc % Δ % Δ YTD
BARCLAYS 5.20 -0.30 -5.45% -13.33%
MEIKLES 30.00 -1.70 -5.36% 7.10%
ECONET 82.27 -3.96 -4.59% -12.90%
ZHL 2.99 -0.10 -3.24% 15.44%
DZLH 11.00 -0.05 -0.45% -1.79%
Market Commentary

Equities soften in Tuesday’s trades…

The bearish note on the ZSE persisted in Tuesday’s trades as all the Indices closed in the red. The mainstream All share Index lost a further 0.87% to 93.84pts, The Industrial Index succumbed to a 0.89% loss to 313.18pts, and the Top 10 Index tumbled 0.1.02% to settle at 93.50pts. The less active Mining Index remained flat at 134.37pts with no activity in the sector. Activity aggregates for the day were mixed with the volumes exchanged falling 16.48% to 1.90m, yielding a value outturn of $1.31m which was 38.87% up from prior session. Delta drove the value outturn for the second consecutive session with a 30.90% contribution, while CBZ, Nampak and Delta emerged the top volume contributors with respective contributions of 19.75%, 14.03% and 13.51%. Local participation dominated as Inflows accounted for 13.83% of the day’s turn over while, outflows added 18.81% of the same.

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Market Comment -17.01.2018
Mixed trades were witnessed in a mid-week session that saw the main stream All shares Index easing 0.64% to 93.24pts weighed down mainly by a 4.59%...

Market Comment -16.01.2018
The bearish note on the ZSE persisted in Tuesday’s trades as all the Indices closed in the red. The mainstream All share Index lost a further 0.87%...

Market Comment -12.01.2018
It was a characteristically low Friday on the ZSE with all benchmark indices closing in the red. The All share Index lost 1.95% to 94.69pts...

The market slipped into further losses this week as sell offs persisted amidst lukewarm trades. All the Indices for the week...

Market Comment -11.01.2018
All ZSE benchmark indices closed the session pointing southwards, as demand in most counters continue to wane. The main Indicator ALL share Index,...

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