The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange gained for the second consecutive session as market capitalisation increased by $93.55 billion to $9.48 trillion.
Today’s performance comes as the local bourse lifted the suspensions imposed on EFE Securities and its three securities dealers after fulfilling requirements.
N153 billion to close at N27.697 trillion from N27.544 posted on Tuesday.
The ZSE All Share Index gained 1,23 percent to close at 118,994.78 points.
OK Zimbabwe led gainers, appreciating by 8,15 percent to close at $119,99. Ecocash jumped 6,77 percent to settle at $129,19.
Delta went up 5,54 percent to $1802,50. Willdale rose to $18,89, notching up 2,13 percent in the process. FBC garnered 1,80 percent to close at $850,00.
Dairibord was the worst performing stock, declining by 4,64 percent to close at $362,35. CBZ shed 3,93 percent to close at $870,37. Econet fell to $500,53 losing 3,75 percent. ZHL depreciated by 0,52 percent to end at $64,00.
Starafrica was off 0,46 percent to close at $5,00. OML ETF appreciated by 1,97 percent to end at $23,9494. Morgan & Co Multi Sector ETF suffered the most, down 15 percent to close at $167,4500.
The Datvest ETF fell 5,74 percent to close at $8,0000. Cass Saddle Agriculture ETF and Morgan & Co Made In Zim ETF were flat at $6,4100 and $5,5000 respectively – Harare