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 Day celebrations.
As investors settled for business, the stock market kicked off on a positive trend, resulting in a negligible gain of 0,07 percent on the first day of trading after the break.
The mainstream ZSE All Share Index appreciated by 78,60 points or 0,07 percent to close at 118,987.76 points.
Gains in OK Zimbabwe saw the Top 10 Index rising by 0,39 percent to close at 55,529.71 points.
OML ETF added 0,10 percent to end at $23,6500. Cass Saddle Agriculture ETF, the Datvest ETF and Morgan & Co Multi Sector ETF remained flat at $6,3100, $6,8000 and $180,0000 respectively.
Also Morgan & Co Made In Zim ETF did not trade at $5,0000. Tigere REIT lost a negligible 0.08% to close at $204,8130.
On the VFEX, there were no laggards recorded today, with Bindura leading the gainers pack, up 3.53% to end at US$0.0117.
Axia followed, appreciating by 3.07% to close at US$0.0536.
Innscor Africa Limited was 0.90% higher at US$0.4001. Simbisa gained 0.27% to close at US$0.3626 – Harare