WHO IS EFE

EFE Securities is a stock broking company that was formed in 2003, a member of the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange, with a client portfolio that includes institutional fund managers, corporate, and high net worth investors both locally and abroad. We provide local stock broking and research services on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange. At EFE we believe in the power of relationships and we strive to consolidate these to the mutual benefit of all involved. We are results oriented with a focus on quality and service excellence achieved through team work from our dedicated staff that are integral to the successful delivery of world-class stock broking services. At EFE Securities we operate under a strict code of ethics in which we value an honest open approach to doing business with and for our clients. Our product offering include

  • Equities trading
  • Research
  • Advisory
  • Sponsoring Broker ship
  • IPOs and Rights issues
Counter Price   Δ USc % Δ % Δ YTD
TSL 24.10 0.85 3.66% 54.49%
SIMBISA 21.80 0.17 0.79% 35.83%
ECONET 38.10 0.20 0.53% 12.06%
OK ZIM 10.20 0.05 0.49% 45.71%
MASIMBA 5.22 0.02 0.38% 248.00%
Counter Price   Δ USc % Δ % Δ YTD
MEIKLES 18.55 -3.05 -14.12% 42.69%
EDGARS 4.00 -0.21 -4.99% -16.67%
DELTA 127.25 -0.01 -0.01% 39.84%
Market Commentary

Industrials rebounds in mid-week trades as Minings falter…

The Industrial Index pushed the gains on the ZSE in mid-week trades as it rebounded 0.53% to end at 201.21pts. Ariston led the gainers of the day after surging 12.50% to $0.090 as demand firmed in in the agricultural concern. Fast foods group, Simbisa, had the second largest swell of 4.24% as it climbed to $0.2163. Telecoms giant Econet was up by a marginal 2.43% to $0.3790. SeedCO closed at a vwap of $1.3756 having ticked up 1.90% for the day. Mash completed the top five gainers list with a 0.94% rise to $0.215. ZBFH and Old Mutual were the only fallers in the industrials cluster after they were knocked back 2.94% and 0.02% ending the session at $0.1650 and $3.9294 respectively. The Mining Index was ... [more]

Market Comment 26.07.17
The Industrial Index pushed the gains on the ZSE in mid-week trades as it rebounded 0.53% to end at...

Market Comment 25.07.17
The mainstream industrial index closed in the negative in Tuesday’s trades, snapping a successive four day rising...

Market Comment - 24.07.17
A 0.21% lift in the Industrial Index was powered by five mid to heavy cap stocks that pushed the Index to a high of 200.46pts in week opening...

Market Comment -21.07.2917
The industrial Index surged 0.35% to sail past the 200pts mark as it settled at 200.04pts buoyed by firming demand in most selected stocks on the...

Market Comment -20.07.2917
The Industrials closed the session in the black after ticking up 0.40% which was 0.66pts shy of the 200pts mark as it settled at 199.34pts....


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