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Mash Holdings shares tick up after announcing interim dividend

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Sep 16, 2023

By ETimes

HARARE – Trading activities on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) closed in the red on Friday, making it the second consecutive day of losses this week.

The mainstream ZSE All-Share Index lost 0.60% to close at 143,231.12 points as against 144,089.45 points on Thursday.

Investors traded a total of 7.95 million shares valued at $1.54 billion in 198 deals, just as the market recorded 10 gainers relative to 7 losers.

The Top 10 Index was the worst-performing, depreciating by 0.97% to close at 69,387.77 points.

The Medium Cap Index gained 0.18% to 483,899.13 points.

Surprisingly, the Small Cap Index gained the most, up 1.17% to close at 2,347,578.77 points.

General Beltings led the gainers’ table to close at $12.25 after it gained 2.92%. Mash Holdings gained 0.70% to finish at $154.98 after declaring an interim dividend of US$0.00761 and $0.1535 for the first six months of 2023.

On the other hand, Econet recorded a loss of 9.56% to close at $534.77.

OK Zimbabwe was the toast of investors as it traded 6.84 million shares valued at $958.63 million.

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