zimbabwestockexchangelogo.jpgThe Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) registered marginal losses for the sixth consecutive day as prices continue to fall.

Share prices on most ZSE counters continue to drop despite the current financial reporting season for listed companies which were being anticipated to facilitate a rebound on share prices and trading volumes.

By the end of trading, the Industrial Index had lost 0.60 points to 143.19 points while the Mining Index remained unchanged at 94.47 points.

On the losers’ side, Colcom was 3, 10 cents down to 30 cents, Seedco shed 2 cents to 103 cents, Afre was 1, 50 cents down to 5 cents, Aico Africa lost a cent to 19 cents and Fidelity was 0,50 cents down to 19 cents.

Counters that recorded marginal gains include BAT, which was 5 cents firmer at 1,85 cents and Innscor, which gained a cent to close at 61,10 cents.

TA gained a cent to 13 cents, while Afdis and CBZ’s share prices gained 0,50 cents each to trade at 12,50 cents  and 7 cents respectively.

There was little activity on the mining counters side as all the share prices for the listed stocks were unchanged.