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The bourse slowed-down from previous session gains of 3.7%Year to date gains surpassed 200% thresholdWeek to date gains at 9.15%Gains were spun across all indices except mining Harare - The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) posted a marginal 1.97% increase in yesterday trades to...
Local bourse surged by 3.11%Year to date returns at 179.71%Gains across all indices Harare - Zimbabwe Stock Exchange’s (ZSE) ZWL14 billion asset holders, NMB Zimbabwe and leading fast foods operator, Simbisa Brands emerged as the top performers in Thursday trades as the local...
Market heavies propped up the marketThe bourse edged up a marginal 1.90% to close in blackPenny stocks cancelled prior session gainsMedTech continued diving southwards Harare – The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) gained 1.90% on Wednesday to extend the prior session gains to 7,151.79...
Year to date gains closed at 162.43%ZSE closed on four-week record of 6.918,42 pointsFML topped the top five risersAbout FML Harare - One of the leading insurance companies in Zimbabwe, First Mutual Holdings (FML.zw) led ZSE top five risers on increasing 16.32% to...
Gains were skewed towards market heaviesPenny stocks closed in redBAT emerged the best performer Harare - The local bourse extended the prior session gains by a marginal 0.02% to 6,895.66 points on Thursday trades reversing the negative start in early week as recovery...
The bourse increased by 37.58 pointsMarket heavies came out as the top performersPenny stocks extended gains to a second straight session Harare - Following a bloodbath kick-start of the week for two consecutive sessions, Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE), recovered on Wednesday trades by...
Heavyweights losses countered penny stocks gainsProplastics, Masimba Holdings emerged the worst performersMining index firmed 6.01% to close at 6424.31 points Harare - The main bourse, ZSE, extended losses on Tuesday, which is a second straight session. On Monday, the ZSE pared -0.17% before...
Blue chips weighed down on gainsFinancials index downPenny stocks overturned prior week losses Harare - Despite gains that were sustained during last week's trades, the local bourse opened on a lower note yesterday after it fell by 0.17% to 6,866.98 points with heavyweights...
ZSE increased 109.96 pointsBlue-chips dominated the gainsPenny stocks extended the losing streak Harare -  The local bourse continued to make headway after it added 109.96 points, a 1.62% increase from Thursday's close to end the week in black for a fourth straight session...
Blue-chips led the top five risersThe bourse increased 0.83%, the highest in the last ten sessionsPenny stocks extended the downward trend Harare - The local bourse closed Thursday’s session on a firmer note, registering a third consecutive gain of the week owing to...