ZSE opens week lower on Econet loss

HARARE, Sept 16 (The Source) – The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange’s main industrial index opened the week in the negative, shedding 0, 57 points or 0, 30 percent to close at 187, 78 points, pegged back by losses in Econet and Dairibord amid few trades. Telecoms giant Econet… Read More

ZSE closes week on losing note

HARARE, September 13 (The Source) – The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange’s main industrial index dropped a further 1.89 points (0.99 percent) to close at 188.35 points on Friday, dragged low by losses in heavyweights Delta and Econet. Delta shed 4.81 cents to close at 120.09 cents… Read More

Heavyweights drive ZSE higher

HARARE, September 9, (The Source) – The industrial index continued on its upward trajectory, gaining 3.06 points to 184.82 points powered by gains in market movers, Delta, Econet and Innscor. Blue chips Delta rose 6.91 cents to close at 120.01 cents; Innscor 0.97 cents to… Read More

ZSE slides again

HARARE, September 5 (The Source) – The stock market returned to recent type, with the main industrial index shedding 0.61 points in today’s trade to close at 176.99, reflecting a general lack of confidence in the economy. A few quiet trades among some market movers… Read More

ZSE stops slide with small gain

By Chipo Musoko, HARARE, September 4 (The Source) – The ZSE stopped its slide on Wednesday, with the industrial index recovering 0.28 points to close at 177.60 points after gains in Delta and some mid-tier counters. The beverage manufacturer gained 0.12 cents to close at 105.02 cents… Read More

Delta sell-off drags ZSE lower

HARARE, September 3, 2013 (The Source) – Beverage maker Delta’s sell off continued on Tuesday, losing more than three percent to help push the industrials index lower by 2.99 points to close at 177.32 points. Delta closed the day 3.10 cents lower to 104.9 cents… Read More

ZSE shares end the month in red

HARARE, Aug 30 (The Source) Zimbabwe Stock Exchange shares lost over 20 percent this month after sentiment weakened significantly following the outcome of the July 31 elections. The benchmark Industrials have lost 22 percent since August 1 to below the 185 point level from above… Read More