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
BAT 3,668.70 368.70 11.17% 0.00%
ECONET 237.03 19.09 8.76% 0.00%
OLD MUTUAL 678.29 26.29 4.03% 0.00%
FCA 7.00 0.26 3.86% 0.00%
INNSCOR 164.98 5.52 3.46% 0.00%
Counter Price   Δ USc % Δ % Δ YTD
BINDURA 6.50 -0.61 -8.58% 0.00%
PPC 145.00 -5.00 -3.33% 0.00%
LAFARGE 150.00 -3.00 -1.96% 0.00%
AXIA CORPORATION 42.98 -0.02 -0.05% 0.00%
Market Commentary

Heavy capitalised stocks drives ZSE Indices …

Heavy capitalised stocks drove the market up in Tuesday’s session with the mainstream All Share Index putting on 3.11% to close at 166.03pts. The Industrial Index advanced 3.20% to end pegged at 558.12pts while, the Top Ten Index improved 4.23% to close at 173.39pts. Gainers were headlined by BAT that reversed yesterday’s losses with a 11.17% gain to close at vwap of $36.6870 trailed by Econet which was 8.76% firmer at $2.3703 on resurgent demand. Multi-listed group Old Mutual ticked up 4.03% to settle at $6.7829 having traded an intraday high of $7.0100 as it closed firmly bid at $6.7200 with no sellers. First Capital Bank rose 3.86% to $0.0700 while, Innscor soared 3.46% to $1.6498 wrapping the top five gainers of the day.

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Market Comment -14.11.2018
ZSE continued on a positive trajectory in mid-week session as the All Share Index gained 0.99% to 167.68pts while, the Industrials added 0.95% to...

Market Comment -13.11.2018
Heavy capitalised stocks drove the market up in Tuesday’s session with the mainstream All Share Index putting on 3.11% to close at 166.03pts. The...

Market Comment -12.11.2018
The ZSE extended gains in week-opener as three of the benchmark Indices closed in the black, with the primary All Share Index putting on 0.66% to...

Market Comment -09.11.2018
The market ended the week in the black buoyed by resurgent demand in momentum stocks. The mainstream All Share Index went up 1.60% to close at...

Weekly -09.11.2018
The ZSE rebounded in the week under review, spurred by the ongoing reporting season which saw the market’s top capitalised counters reporting some...


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