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Tourist arrivals up 50% in H1 as ZSE ends with marginal gains

By ETimes Profit-taking by investors on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) impacted trading activities, as the mainstream index recorded marginal gains Friday, forcing market capitalisation to appreciate by 1,41 percent.…

GBDTs to solve small change crisis – economist

By ETimes The Gold-Backed Digital Tokens (GBDTs) will solve the small change crisis, especially when buying using US dollars and there is a huge opportunity that authorities can exploit, supplemented…

ZSE ascends for second trading day but turnover slides

By ETimes The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) advanced for the second trading session on Thursday in continuation of a swift rally, pushing the benchmark index further north to 120,445.11 points.…

ANALYSIS| Government Aims for Continuity in Mid-Year Policy Updates

By ETimes Mid-Term Monetary Policy Statement General Updates Liquidity Updates Foreign Exchange Updates Banking Sector Updates Key Policy Updates Mid-Year Budget Review General Updates Fiscal Outturn Key Policy Updates According…

Equities see positive close to holiday-shortened week

By ETimes Trading activities resumed on Wednesday on the floor of the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) after two trading days of public holidays to mark the Heroes’ and Defence Forces…

Shipping delays drag down Ariston export sales volumes in Q3

By ETimes Ariston Holdings’ macadamia export sales volumes for the third quarter ended 30 June 2023 fell 35% to 513 tonnes from 785 tonnes sold in the prior comparative period.…

Contango to start coal sales this month

By ETimes Natural resource development company Contango Holdings has signed a new offtake agreement with global commodity marketing firm TransOre International FZE for the sale of coal from the Lubu…

Banks not to issue or loan ZiG

By ETimes The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has said the Gold-Backed Digital Tokens (GBDT) will be used for transactional purposes in order to ease payments. RBZ Governor John Mangudya…

NTS chair gives positive outlook on tyre demand   

By ETimes National Tyre Services (NTS) says it will continue to prioritise cost control and better market outreach initiatives in order to boost the inventory turnover ratio and improve profitability…

Equities fall for second straight day

By ETimes The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) depreciated for the second consecutive day on Tuesday as the mainstream index dipped by 0.24%. The ZSE All Share Index lost 288.62 points…