Zimbabwean stocks continued bearish with the industrial index shedding 1.58 points to close at 138.89 points during a trading session that was dominated by losses.
The market has been in the negative territory for 13 consecutive days due to losses in heavy weight counters.
In todayâ€™s trading, HIPPO led the shakers after losing 3 cents to 102 cents and DELTA shed 1.90 cents to 68 cents.
However, there was a special bargain of 1 351 168 DELTA shares at 70 cents each.
HUNYANI dropped a cent to close at 7 cents, while INNSCOR retreated 0.99 cents to settle at 58 cents.
DZHL and ZIMPLOW were 0.50 cents lower at 17.50 cents and 7 cents respectively.
MEIKLES eased 0.29 cents to 16.50 cents and ZHL slipped 0.15 cents to 1.10 cents.
There were only four counters in the positive territory. NMB advanced 0.15 cents to 1.05 cents as ZPI gained 0.02 cents to trade at 1.22 cents.
OLD MUTUAL and PEARL inched up 0.01 cents each to 165 cents and 3.31 cents.
The mining index was in the red for the 3rd consecutive day after easing 0.71 points to close at 85.45 points.
RIOZIM lost 2 cents to 45 cents, while BINDURA, FALGOLD, and HWANGE were unchanged at previous trading levels.