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Wednesday, April 14, 2021
“Look, private citizens obviously would have to pay for the vaccines”- Mthuli Ncube HARARE – Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Professor Mthuli Ncube has reverted on his statement that Zimbabweans will be required to pay for COVID-19 vaccination.
Light motor-vehicles are now expected to pay US$2This translates to ZWL 165.34 up from ZWL 120 - based on current rate HARARE – In spite of the Government official’s remarks that they have sanitised the forex market, reflected by a run of sustained...
The agency has computerized its data collection and processing systemConsequently, CPI information to now be published 7 days after processing against the traditional 30 days The Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency (ZIMSTAT) says that beginning in January 2021, Consumer Price Index (CPI) data will...
A few weeks ago, when Finance and Economic development minister, Mthuli Ncube presented the 2021 national budget he through most people into a frenzy with his proposal to remove from the Open General Import Licence, second hand vehicles older than ten years.
On the 16th of November 2020, the government launched first National Development Strategy (NDS1) which is a five year economic development plan meant to run between 2021 and 2025 and supplanting the Transitional Stabilisation Programme (TSP), launched in 2018, with a two-year life span.
*Performance Charts incl (ZSE indices, ZSE Value Traded, Interbank) ZSE market opened the week extending see-saw movement, with the All Share Index marginally shedding off -0.13% to close at 1508.67points again failing to hold on to prior session gains. The bourse has been...
Overall Comment •             All Share Index up 2.28%, from -2.9% loss in the prior •             VFEX witnesses first trade of 1000 SeedCo Int. shares  •             ZWL spreads loss wider against USD In a week characterized...
*Performance Charts incl (ZSE indices, ZSE Value Traded, Interbank) The local bourse maintained oscillatory movement as it struggles for direction amid shifting economic fundamentals. The economy is set to record one of its most conservative current account and external trade position since 2009. Austerity...
*Performance Charts incl (ZSE indices, ZSE Value Traded, Interbank) The stock market quickly flipped part of the prior session gains as the market continues in zig zag. The bourse was seen closing at 1496.97 which is 0.54% below the prior close. Wednesday’s losses came...
*Performance Charts incl (ZSE indices, ZSE Value Traded, Interbank) The ZSE market reversed prior session losses as it struggles to find direction. The All Share Index surged 1.95% to close at 1505.15points on the back of rising market heavies. Small caps performed inversely to...