Counter Price   Δ USc % Δ % Δ YTD
ZIMPAPERS 1.33 0.18 15.65% 0.00%
Counter Price   Δ USc % Δ % Δ YTD
ARISTON 1.40 -0.28 -16.67% 0.00%
ECONET 111.92 -4.54 -3.90% 0.00%
OK ZIM 21.86 -0.63 -2.80% 0.00%
OLD MUTUAL 600.21 -8.35 -1.37% 0.00%
BARCLAYS 7.10 -0.02 -0.28% 0.00%
Market Commentary

ZSE end week in the red…

The primary All Share Index lost a further 0.86% to close at 108.76pts while, the Industrial Index let go 0.88% to end at 362.49pts. The Top Ten Index was 1.01% lower at 111.21pts on the back of persisted losses in Econet, Old Mutual and Delta. Ariston was the top faller of the day after dropping 16.67% to settle at $0.00140 trailed by telecoms giant Econet which declined with a hefty 3.90% to close at a vwap of $1.1192, having touched an intra-day low of $1.0900. Retailer OKZim slipped 2.80% to $0.2186 while, giant insurer Old Mutual plunged 1.37% to settle $6.0021 as today was the last day to trade ahead of unbundling. Completing the top five fallers for the day was banking group Barclays which lost 0.28% to end pegged at $0.0710. Delta was amongst the losers as top capitalised stock lost a further 0.07% to $1.8950, closing with a spread of $1.8100-$1.8950. Zimpapers was the sole winner of the... [more]

Market Comment -22.06.2018
The primary All Share Index lost a further 0.86% to close at 108.76pts while, the Industrial Index let go 0.88% to end at 362.49pts. The Top Ten...

Weekly -22.06.2018
The ZSE broke its rising momentum as mounting selling pressure across mainly the heavily capitalised stocks weighed on the benchmark indices. The Top...

Market Comment -2I.06.2018
Waning demand in selected heavy weights persisted in Thursday’s session resulting in further losses in benchmark indices. The mainstream All Share...

Market Comment -20.06.2018
The ZSE plunged deeper into the red in mid-week’s session on the back of a heavy sell off across the bourse. The main Indicator All Share eased...

Market Comment -19.06.2018
A rare trade in Getbucks highlighted Tuesday’s trading session as 45m shares exchanged hands claiming 95.52% of total volumes traded and 53.09% of...


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