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  • Mobile share trading by October

    Mobile share trading by October

    THE Securities and Exchange Commission of Zimbabwe (SECZ) is planning to introduce mobile share trading by October this year, in a move that could open the capital markets to broader participation. Tafadzwa Chinamo, the chief executive officer of SECZ, disclosed to this newspaper last week that the commission wants investors to start trading shares, from their mobile […]

  • $16m dividends unclaimed: SECZ

    $16m dividends unclaimed: SECZ

    Business Reporter CAPITAL markets regulator, the Securities and Exchange Commission of Zimbabwe, has said there are an estimated $16 million worth of unclaimed dividends since dollarisation.Ideally, after dividend declarations, transfer secretaries are required to disburse the dividend proceeds to shareholders in the form of cheques or transfers. However, it emerged some shareholders did not cash in […]

  • We’re a cog in global economy

    We’re a cog in global economy

    Zimbabwe’S spirited march to a prosperous economic future will not be encumbered by unflattering tags from merchants of negativity, Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa has said. Minister Chinamasa’s remarks follow Zimbabwe’s inclusion on “The Fragile State Index” published by United States think-tank Fund for Peace in collaboration with Foreign Policy magazine. Harare strongly […]

  • More than $2bln TBs in issue – Mangudya

    More than $2bln TBs in issue – Mangudya

    HARARE, March 6 (The Source) – Zimbabwe currently has about $2.1 billion worth of treasury bills in the market, issued to bridge the government’s funding gap and clear the central bank’s debt, Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya has said. The government’s domestic debt has ballooned from about $300 million in 2012 to […]

  • IDBZ gets nod to raise $100m for housing

    IDBZ gets nod to raise $100m for housing

    The government has approved plans by the Infrastructure Development Bank of Zimbabwe (IDBZ) to raise $100 million from the local market to finance projects in the housing sector. BY TATIRA ZWINOIRA Speaking at the unveiling of the IDBZ’s Marimba Park Project in Harare last week, IDBZ CEO Thomas Sakala said the capital-raising initiative had the […]

  • Zimplats sells 10pct stake to employees for $95mln

    Zimplats sells 10pct stake to employees for $95mln

    HARARE,  – Zimbabwe’s largest platinum miner, Zimplats on Tuesday said it had transferred 10 percent of its equity to its employees for $95 million. Government approved the plan in September, 2015 as part of a 2013 agreement to sell a majority stake to local black investors for $971 million to meet black ownership targets set […]

  • Increased demand for gold to spur Zim output

    Increased demand for gold to spur Zim output

    The Zimbabwean economy and its gold sector stand to benefit from a marginal growth in demand of the yellow metal on account of a number of factors that are seen spurring production in 2017. Gold demand in 2017 is expected to be driven by trends in the global economy including heightened political and geopolitical risks, […]

  • Delta’s Q3 revenue down 10% as volumes remain subdued

    Delta’s Q3 revenue down 10% as volumes remain subdued

    HARARE – The rate of decline for Delta Corporation’s key Lager volumes slowed in the third quarter to December 31 but revenue fell 10% for the quarter and 9% for the nine months. In a trading update, Delta said it had continued to experience subdued volume and revenue outturn in the quarter in spite of […]

  • Where to place your investment bets in 2017

    Where to place your investment bets in 2017

    By Simbarashe Zishiri, HARARE, January 9 (The Source) – According to the central bank governor John Mangudya, the bond notes will remain in use until the government announces a replacement local currency for the Zimbabwe dollar, which was demonetised in 2015. This means that investors who fear a possible loss of value under the current […]

  • Short-term deposits dominate broad money supply

    Short-term deposits dominate broad money supply

    The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) says broad money supply continues to be dominated by short-term deposits which do not support long-term lending. BY TATIRA ZWINOIRA Broad money is the measure of the money supply that includes physical money such as currency and coins, demand deposits at commercial banks and any other monies held in […]

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Leading Equities

Name Last(USD) Prev(USD) High(USD) Low(USD) Change Change% Traded Volume Date
  OMZIL 0.8250 0.8250 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.00% 0 Jul 19 2017 00:01

Active Equities

Name Last(USD) Prev(USD) High(USD) Low(USD) Change Change% Traded Volume Date
  OMZIL 0.8250 0.8250 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.00% 0 Jul 19 2017 00:01

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