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ZSE gain despite FinMin again cuts economic growth forecast to 4%

By ETimes For the third consecutive session, the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) on Thursday maintained its bull run, as the market capitalisation gained $1.73 billion despite the economy growing less…

Mnangagwa says economy is growing faster than power supply

…equities in 2-day consecutive rally By ETimes Zimbabwe Stock Exchange closed higher on Wednesday for the second consecutive day ahead of the 2022 National Budget today. Investor focus will be…

ZSE creep back to positive territory as mid-caps rally

…as ZWL marginally slides against USD On Tuesday, equities trading at the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange ended bullish to halt one day’s negative outing. The All Share Index therefore inched up…

ZSE opens the week in red

By ETimes The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange opened the new trading week slightly lower as investors profited from recent gains. However, market breadth closed positive as 10 gainers were reported compared…

Equities reverse losses, investors gain $4.6bn

By ETimes The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange reversed a negative trend of eleven day losses with a $4.6 billion gain on Friday amid  impact of fiscal challenges. Accordingly, the ZSE All-Share…

ZB Ranks No. 2 on Firms with highest Half Year USD Earnings Increases in Africa

By ETimes …as Equities extends negative outlook The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) extended its negative trend for the eleventh day in a row, as the ZSE All Share Index fell…

Heavyweights drive ZSE to a 0.93% fall

By ETimes During the mid-week trading session, the ZSE All Share Index lost 129.89 points or 0,93 percent to close the trading session at 13 808.13 points. The Top 10…

ZSE extends losses by $16.31bn

By ETimes The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange ended Tuesday’s trading session on a negative note. Accordingly, the mainstream All Share Index dipped by 0.70% to close at 13,938.02 points. The market…

Equities opens the week with $54.78bn loss

By ETimes The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange opened the week in the red as a liquidity crunch amid the projected economic uncertainty continued to weigh on investors’ sentiment. The ZSE All-Share…

Losses cap tough trading week on ZSE

By ETimes The stock market has now fallen for seven straight days as investors dump equities despite a spate of impressive earnings and dividend announcements from listed companies. As measured…