zim stock xchange 20.10.jpgThe Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) shares traded in the red with both the mainstream Industrial Index and the Mining Index recording marginal losses.

It was not a rosy day for the stock market which recorded marginal losses as sellers outpaced buyers.

Although blue chip counters were the main attractive stocks, the majority of the counters were however in the negative.

The Industrial Index shed 0.35 points to close at 147.03 points while the Mining Index was 2.59 points down to end at 95.39 points.

Major gains were recorded in Econet which moved 9 cents up to 400 cents, Delta was 0.90 cents up to close at 72 cents while Fidelity Life share price rose by 0.51 cents to end at 19.51 cents.

Among the major shakers on the market were Hippo, which lost 3 cents to 105 cents; Colcom, whose share price declined by 2 cents to 33 cents; National Foods, which was 2 cents down to 118 cents; and ZB Holdings, which ended 2 cents lower at 14 cents.

On the Mining Index, Falgold shed 0.50 cents to close at 10 cents while BNC, Hwange and Rio-Zim were unchanged at 0.10 cents, 2.10 cents and 60 cents.