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New Zimbabwe
Zim stock market opens week higheradded 12,63 percent to trade at 45,05 cents. Partially offsetting the gains re
New Zimbabwe / Posted 10 days ago
added 12,63 percent to trade at 45,05 cents. Partially offsetting the gains recorded by the mainstream index, Simbisa eased 0,37 percent to settle at 67,75 cents while OML eased 0,05 percent to settle at 1.430 Padenga eased 0,80... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Stock Exchange Cools Down After Week of Lossessettle at 167 cents. Padenga and OK eased 1,88 percent and 8,7 percent to trad
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
settle at 167 cents. Padenga and OK eased 1,88 percent and 8,7 percent to trade at 79 cents and 22,57 cents respectively. Simbisa also eased 4,41 percent to settle at 68 cents while BAT and Old Mutual eased 6,74 percent and 0,62 percent to close... Read more
20d
New Zimbabwe
ZSE rally: Market cap nears $15blnpercent, 0,47 percent and 0,08 percent to trade at 317,18 cents, 316,49 cents a
New Zimbabwe / Posted 20 days ago
percent, 0,47 percent and 0,08 percent to trade at 317,18 cents, 316,49 cents and 1,431.2 cents in that order. Padenga and Simbisa Brands added 3,99 percent and 1,34 percent to settle at 82,17 cents and 68,91 cents respectively. General Beltings... Read more
22d
AllAfrica.com
Stock Exchange Bull Run Loses Steamshed 2,96 percent to settle at $1,73. Econet lost 1,17 percent to settle at $1,
AllAfrica.com / Posted 22 days ago
shed 2,96 percent to settle at $1,73. Econet lost 1,17 percent to settle at $1,79 while quick service restaurants group, Simbisa Brands, lost 0,21 percent to close at $0,68. Seed Co, however, gained 6,8 percent this week to close at $3,1, while... Read more
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New Zimbabwe
Stock market closes week in blackcents. BAT and Innscor eased 0,03 percent and 0,14 percent to close at 3,560 c
New Zimbabwe / Posted 1 months ago
cents. BAT and Innscor eased 0,03 percent and 0,14 percent to close at 3,560 cents and 178,25 cents respectively. OML and Simbisa remained unchanged at 1,420 cents and 68 cents respectively. Among the top gainers were Nampak and NicozDiamond... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Interest in Blue Chips Pushes Stock Exchange Higherto settle at $1,7827. British American Tobacco lost 2,26 percent to settle at $
AllAfrica.com / Posted 1 months ago
to settle at $1,7827. British American Tobacco lost 2,26 percent to settle at $35,6 while quick service restaurants group, Simbisa Brands lost 2,66 percent to close at $0,6814. The mining index lost 3,2 percent week-on-week to close at 133,12... Read more

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