MEIKLES - Information

TRADING STATISTICS
Price:
52 Wk High: 60.00c
52 Wk Low: 46.50c
20 Day VWAP: 56.00
P/E: -188.27
D/Y: 0.00%
PBV: 1.09
EV/EBITDA: 10.77
Issued Shares: 245,374,791
Market Cap: $147,224,874.60
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MEIKLES Company Description
MEIKLES
Rank Shareholder Total Shares % Holding
1 GONDOR CAPITAL LIMITED-NNR 120,355,076 47.42
2 OLD MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY ZIMBABWE LIMITED 17,813,049 7.02
3 CLAYWAY INVESTMENTS (PVT) LTD 12,812,381 5.05
4 MEIKLES LIMITED EMPLOYEE SHARE OWNERSHIP TRUST 8,418,510 3.32
5 WINDWARD CAPITAL (PTY) LTD - NNR 5,663,449 2.23
6 STANBIC NOMINEES (PVT) LTD-NNR-A/C 110008440002 5,282,918 2.08
7 LONDON REGISTER - MEIKLES AFRICA LIMITED 4,556,899 1.80
8 OLD MUTUAL ZIMBABWE LIMITED 3,911,688 1.54
9 MEIKLES CONSOLIDATED HOLDINGS (PVT) LTD 3,850,964 1.52
10 WILLOUGHBYS CONSOLIDATED PLC 3,599,938 1.42
11 DATVEST NOMINEES (PVT) LTD 3,567,390 1.41
12 MINING INDUSTRY PENSION FUND 2,291,586 0.90
13 MUNDELL FAMILY TRUST 1,830,386 0.72
14 MEIKLES PENSION FUND 1,780,027 0.70
15 STANDARD CHARTERED BANK ZIMBABWE PENSION FUND 1,642,828 0.65
16 BARKPEST INVESTMENTS PRIVATE LTD 1,500,000 0.59
17 EQUIVEST NOMINEES 1,493,909 0.59
18 COMMUNICATIONS AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES PENSION FUND 1,333,539 0.53
19 LOCAL AUTHORITIES PENSION FUND 1,210,748 0.48
20 ANGLO AMERICAN ASSOCIATION COMPANIES P/F-DATVEST 1,175,545 0.46
Total holding for top 20 204,090,830 80.42
Remaining holding 49,702,471 19.58
Total issued shares 253,793,301 100
Free Float 94,394,285 37.19
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Market Comment -02.03.2018
2 March 2018 | published by: EFE Securities
Losses continued on the ZSE in week ending session as three of the indices closed in the red with the exception of the Mining Index which remained stable at 128.91pts for the fourth consecutive session. The All share Index retreated 0.68% to 87.26pts while, Industrial index lost 0.69% to end the session at 291.95pts. ZSE Top 10 dropped 0.93% to 86.05pts weighed down by heavy caps BAT, Delta and Econet which emerged amongst the losers of the day. Tobacco Processor, BAT plunged 7.03% to close...
Weekly review 21.03.11
21 March 2011 | published by: EFE Securities
Several months ago in one of our daily market commentaries we asked the question, who will be on the buying side when foreigners begin to sell? Drawing analogies from our neighbours South Africa where two of the most significant lows in their stock markets 2002/3 and 2008/9 occurred in periods of net foreign outflows our concern was that similar market downturns would engulf the market once wide spread outflows hit. Alas, in the first week of net foreign outflows the ZSE has shown resilience...