HARARE, January 18 (The Source) – Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa says his country is open for business and that all foreign investment is safe, with investors able to repatriate profits.
By Charlotte Aubin, PARIS – For much of Africa, the transition from fossil fuels to cleaner forms of energy is seen as an environmental imperative. With fossil fuels comprising a majority – as high as 70% in some cases – of the energy mix, the… Read More
HARARE, January 9 (The Source) -The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange All Shares Index added 0,16 percent to settle at 97,56 points on Tuesday.
By Simbarashe Zishiri, HARARE, January 3 (The Source) – The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) recorded its highest annual turnover since dollarisation in 2009, amounting to $694,8 million in 2017 after a huge sell-off in November as former president Robert Mugabe’s 37-year grip on power came… Read More
HARARE, January 2 (The Source) – The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange All Shares index starts the year in the red after dropping 2,15 percent to settle at 97,95 points with some heavyweight counters slipping. The local bourse rolled out the All Share Index and the Top… Read More
HARARE, December 24 (The Source) – The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange’s main industrials index eased 3,26 percent in the week to settle at 317,73 points on renewed confidence in the country’s economic direction ahead of the festive holidays. The mining index however gained 0,54 percent to… Read More
HARARE, December 13 (The Source) – Losses in heavyweight counters, Delta and Innscor Africa dragged the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange mainstream index lower by three points to settle at 332,46 points on Wednesday.
HARARE, December 10 (The Source) – The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange mainstream index shed 10,16 percent to close the week on 335,97 points, on losses in selected heavyweight counters as punters see positives in the country’s economic direction. The mining index however gained 4,67 percent to… Read More
HARARE, December 4 (The Source) – The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange’s main industrial index dropped 27,82 percent in November to 376,69 points following a politically induced self correction phase, but doubts over the new Cabinet’s ability to deliver has seen a bouncing back of sorts in… Read More
HARARE, November 28 (The Source) – The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange added 5,47 percent to settle at 351,94 points on Tuesday as investors wait to see the economic direction the new government will take.
HARARE, November 22 (The Source) – The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange’s self-correction continued on Wednesday, with the main industrial index shedding 5,07 percent to 329,63 points. However, the mining index remained flat at 129,82 points.
HARARE, November 19 (The Source) – Zimbabwe’s stock market this week took its biggest dive since October last year, losing $2,7 billion in the week as investors reacted to the possibility of a transitional government which could stabilise the struggling economy.
HARARE, November 16 (The Source) – The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange mainstream index crashed on Thursday, dropping 7,46 percent to 487,93 points while the market saw its market value falling by $1 billion as political tensions remain high after a military takeover of the country.
HARARE, November 13 (The Source) – The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange industrial opened the week higher, advancing 0,12 percent to settle at 532,17 points while the mining index remained flat at 138,12 points.
HARARE, November 9 (The Source) – The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange industrial index gained 0,59 percent to 533,2 points on Thursday while the mining index advanced 1,89 percent to 137,94 points powered by RioZim.