stock exchange.jpgThe Zimbabwe Stock Exchange today experienced a positive set of results on the back of a 0, 14 percentage surge in the mainstream index.


Trading was generally  impressive mainly on the blue chip or heavyweight counters with investors also exercising  greater participation on several listed stocks with the industrial  index surging by 0,14 percent to close at 139, 76 points.


Chemco recent winning streak continued on the market as it rose 4 cents to close at 75 cents, Aico Africa was 2 cents firmer at 18 cents whilst  Afdis,  CBZ and  Colcom were a cent higher at 14 cents, 16 cents and 27 cents respectively.


BAT and Econet were each 10 cents down at 240 cents and 480 cents. Nat-Foods and Old Mutual both retreated 5 cents to trade at 100 cents and 160 cents as ABCH lost a cent to close at 12 cents.


The mining or resources index pushed up a further 1,01 points or 0,61 percent to close at 165, 51 points as Hwange added 0,50 cents to close at 24,50 cents. Bindura, Falgold and Rio-Zim remained unchanged at 15 cents, 4,10 cents and 270 cents.

The market is however this week expected to end on a mixed note due to liquidity constraints affecting the volumes of shares.