Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) Live
|ZSE-ASI Index||Year-to-Date||Market Cap.|
|170.05 (+0.66)||+72.20 (73.79%)||USD 16.80Bn|
The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) is the sole, official stock exchange of Zimbabwe, bringing together companies looking for long-term capital and investors looking for profitable investment opportunities. The ZSE maintains several indices including the Mining Index (comprising mining companies), Industrial Index (comprising all companies except those in the former), and the benchmark All Share Index (comprising all companies on the market, since 2018). Since August 2009, sale of listed securities on the ZSE has been subject to 1% withholding tax on the gross, however, exempt from the general capital gains tax of 20%. Additionally, both resident and non-resident shareholders are liable to 10% special tax on dividends earned from companies listed on the ZSE, which is 500 basis points below the general rate of 15% on unlisted companies. Barclays Bank and Stanbic Bank of Zimbabwe offer custodial services to both local and foreign investors.
|Top Gainers (6)||Bottom Losers (3)|
As of June 2017, the ZSE lists 63 securities on its official trading board. Common stock, preferred stock (a.k.a. preference shares) and convertible debt instruments are the types of investment products traded on the Exchange. Since February 2009, share prices have been quoted in US Dollars (the legal tender) consequent to the country's hyperinflation which rendered the Zimbabwean Dollar impractical for trading on the bourse.
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ZSE TRADING SUMMARY FOR MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2018: At the end of the first day of trading on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange, a total of 890,977 shares, corresponding to a market value of USD 3,028,039.34, were traded. 18 equities participated in trading, ending with six gainers and three losers. MEIK led the gainers with 15.38% share price appreciation, followed by AXIA (+14.88%), PPC (+6.67%) and INN (+6.09%). On the losing front, ASUN came out bottom with an end-of-day price depreciation of 13.1%, followed by SACL (-12.5%) and ECO (-2.16%). OMU recorded the highest volume of 336,036 traded shares, followed by SACL (207,740), PPC (113,438) and ASUN (74,131). Regarding the performance of ZSE market indices, the benchmark ZSE All Share Index (ZSE-ASI) climbed 0.66 (0.39%) points to close at 170.05, representing a 1-week gain of 6.31%, a 4-week loss of 4.76%, but an overall year-to-date gain of 73.79%. Other remarkable indices that performed were the ZSE Industrial Index (+0.39%; +5.67% 1WK; +76.39% YTD), ZSE Top 10 Index (+0.24%; +8.56% 1WK; +83.81% YTD), and ZSE Mining Index (+0%; +0.34% 1WK; +46.64% YTD).