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
FCA 6.36 1.06 20.00% 7.80%
ZPI 3.00 0.48 19.05% 19.05%
MEIKLES 63.00 8.00 14.55% 23.53%
FIDELITY 10.00 1.25 14.29% 14.29%
CBZ 17.63 2.13 13.74% 13.74%
Counter Price   Δ USc % Δ % Δ YTD
STAR AFRICA 1.40 -0.21 -13.04% 7.69%
Market Commentary

Bullish sentiment prevails…

The market traded in the black in Thursday’s session as investors continued to seek refuge against anticipated inflationary pressures after a fuel price hike. Bullish sentiment persisted as the market resumed trades after a two-day break to see the All Share Index advancing 2.85% to close at 153.25pts while, the Industrial Index rallied 2.88% to end at 511.67pts. The Top Ten Index improved 3.13% to 154pts spurred by gains in heavy capitalised stocks. The Mining Index was stable at 207pts with no trades recorded in the sub-sector. Banking group First Capital headlined the risers of the day after putting on 20% to trade at $0.0636 while, property concern ZPI added 19.05% to $0.0300. Meikles and Fidelity followed with surges of 14.55% and 14.29% to settle at respective prices of $0.6300 and $0.1000. Completing the top five gainers of the day was CBZ ... [more]

Market Comment -17.01.2019
The market traded in the black in Thursday’s session as investors continued to seek refuge against anticipated inflationary pressures after a fuel...

Market Comment -14.01.2019
ZSE opened week in a bullish mode as Zimbabwe appeared to be headed for unrest as protests against the recently announced hike in fuel prices which...

Weekly -11.01.2019
The second week of the new year saw the market end in the red despite signs of a rebound in the final session of the week where the market saw a...

Market Comment -10.01.2019
The mainstream All Share Index and the Industrial Index recovered in today’s session posting an identical marginal gain of 0.13% to close at...

Market Comment -09.01.2019
The Top Ten Index ended in the black in mid-week session after putting on a marginal 0.07% to close at 140.96pts as losses in Econet and Innscor were...


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