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ZSE record marginal gains

ByEconomic Times

Apr 6, 2023

By ETimes

The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange the mid-week trading session on a bullish note following gains recorded majorly by mid-tier and select heavyweight stocks.

The key market performance measure, the ZSE All Share Index, gained 0.19% to close at 38,349.31 points while market capitalisation rose 1.12% to $3.19 trillion.

The Top 10 Index was off 0.37% to close at 22,645.76 points, despite CBZ’s gain of 3.05% to close at $183.65.

Hospitality group, RTG led gainers, appreciating by 7.14% to close at $15.00. ZB went up 6.53% to $106.52. First Capital Bank rose to $31.31, notching up 3.86% in the process. Proplastics added 3.18% to end trade at $100.02.

On the flip side, Willdale shed 12.91% to close at $3.52. Art fell to $28.95, losing 1.73%. Dairibord slid to $97.16 recording 1.49% depreciation. NMBZ closed at $60.05 going down by 1.48%.

Turnall was the worst performing stock, declining by 14.29% to close at $6.00.

Market turnover declined by 20% to $902,89 million.

OML ETF gained 5.26% to close at $9.9946.

The Morgan & Co Made In Zim ETF lost 8.39% to end at $1.9329. The Morgan & Co Made Multi Sector ETF declined by 4.83% to end at $29,5003. Cass Saddle Agriculture ETF eased 2.26% to settle at $2.0524.

The Datvest ETF was flat at $1.8500.


Tigere REIT was off 0.17% to $50.0000.

On the VFEX, National Foods gained the most, up 0.52% to close at US$1.8195. Simbisa followed, appreciating by 0.30% to close at US$0.4210. Padenga added 0.27% to end at US$0.1815.

Losses were recorded in Axia, Nedbank ZDR and Innscor Africa Limited which fell 1.42%, 0.42% and 0.38% to finish at US$0.1035, US$10.8533 and US$0.6475 respectively – Harare

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