HARARE – The local bourse’s losses over the week outweighed the earlier gains as the mainstream industrial index lost 0.83 (or 0,82 percent) on a week-on-week basis.
Following today’s trades, the industrial index closed the week on a low note following a 0.19 loss to settle at 100.84 as AFDIS lost $0,0200 to trade at $0,4800 while crocodile skin producer Padenga was $0,0050 weaker at $0,0600.
No counter traded in the positive territory.
But beverages giant Delta, Fidelity Life, Old Mutual and TSL were unchanged at $0,5250, $0,0950, $1,8000 and $0,1350 in that order.
The mining index shed 0.79 to close at 100.84 after Bindura retreated $0,0010 to trade at $0,0090.
Gold producer Falgold, Hwange and RioZim maintained previous price levels at $0,0050, $0,0300 and $0,1040, respectively.
Week-on-week, the mining index retreated 0.79 (or 4,05 percent
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