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Weekly-06.04.2018
6 April 2018 | published by: EFE Securities
The Top Ten Index closed the week-ending session in the black, buoyed by gains in heavies Delta, Econet and Old Mutual. ...
Weekly-29.03.18
29 March 2018 | published by: EFE Securities
The final week of the month saw the ZSE sustain gains in the major indices on the back of a combination of firming demand and scarcity of sellers. The ZSE All Share Index was up by a cumulative 0.08pts or 0.09% for the week at...
Weekly-16.03.18
16 March 2018 | published by: EFE Securities
Losses persisted for yet another week on the ZSE amidst suppressed activity as the uncertainties ahead of the much anticipated national plebiscite....
Weekly-09.03.18
9 March 2018 | published by: EFE Securities
The ZSE saw yet another week of sustained losses despite encouraging financials in the ongoing reporting season....
Weekly-03.02.18
2 March 2018 | published by: EFE Securities
The ZSE freefall extended into the month of March as all the benchmarks closed in the red amidst sustained selloffs in selected counters. Stocks that had hitherto attracted the non-conventional investors last year when the economic outlook was fraught with uncertainties, have been under sustained selling pressure as these unwind their positions in the aftermath of changes on the political front amidst a much touted new dispensation....
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-23.02.18
23 February 2018 | published by: EFE Securities
Weakness persisted on the ZSE as three of the four benchmark indices closed in the red amidst softening prices in market heavies on selling pressure. Even the refreshing dose of better financial performances in the ongoing reporting season failed to inspire gains on the markets amidst the continued self-correction on the bourse. The mainstream ZSE All Share Index shed 0.64% and settled at...
Weekly-02.02.18
2 February 2018 | published by: EFE Securities
The ZSE failed to buck the falling trend in the week under review as selling pressure continued to mount. The benchmark All Share Index fell 0.33% and settled at 90.97pts and saw the index’s year to date loss extend to 9.03%. Similarly, the Industrial Index was trending south shedding 0.33% and settling at 304.16pts....
Weekly-26.01.18
26 January 2018 | published by: EFE Securities
Another week of soft trading on the bourse saw all the main stream indices close in the red amidst continued selling pressure as investors seek liquidity. The benchmark All Share Index retreated 0.24% and settled at 91.27pts as the Top Ten Index shed 0.25% and ended at 90.58pts....
Weekly-19.01.18
19 January 2018 | published by: EFE Securities
The market succumbed to the pressures of weakening heavies as evidenced by the extended losses on the Top 10 index which has been losing ground since its...
Counter Price   Δ USc % Δ % Δ YTD
ZIMPLOW 11.05 1.05 10.50% 0.00%
SIMBISA 40.41 2.41 6.34% 0.00%
MEIKLES 30.00 1.00 3.45% 0.00%
OK ZIM 17.04 0.50 3.02% 0.00%
DELTA 192.00 4.23 2.25% 0.00%
Counter Price   Δ USc % Δ % Δ YTD
HIPPO 165.00 -3.00 -1.79% 0.00%
Market Commentary

Resurgent demand drives the ZSE upwards …

The market closed Friday’s session with eleven bulls against one bear registering a positive market breadth of ten. Zimplow led the gainers list with a 10.50% surge to close at $0.1105 while, Simbisa brands followed after adding 6.34% to $0.4041. Conglomerate Meikles advanced 3.45% to $0.3000 while, firming demand in OKZim pushed the price up by 3.02% to $0.1704 ahead of its yearly grand challenge slated in June. Top capitalised stock Delta completed the top five risers of the day as it extended 2.25% to $1.9200 on firming demand. The Industrial Index ticked up 0.89% to 319.66pts while, the All Share Index rose 0.88% to 95.44pts. The ZSE Top Ten put on 1.02% to 96.71pts riding on the back of gains in Delta, Innscor and Econet. The ... [more]

Market Comment -20.04.2018
The market closed Friday’s session with eleven bulls against one bear registering a positive market breadth of ten. Zimplow led the gainers list with...

Market Comment -17.04.2018
ZSE continued to enjoy a rising momentum ahead of the Independence holiday as the mainstream All share Index put on 2.81% to settle at 93.23pts....

Market Comment -13.04.2018
The end of week session saw three indices closing pointing northwards while, the Minings remained unchanged at previous levels as it settled at...

Market Comment -11.04.2018
The midweek session saw the Industrial Index gaining 1.14% to 299.28pts which was 0.72pts shy of 300pts mark. The primary All Share Index extended...

Market Comment -09.04.2018
ZSE indices opened the week on the rise as three indices gained while, one was dormant. The mainstream All share Index was up 0.72% to close at...


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