By ZBC Reporter
Trading on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange started the week on a mixed note as investors make decisions on best possible counters to inject funds.
The all share index opened the week on a positive note adding 0.50 points (0.21%) to close at 238.69 the to 15 rose by 0,51 points to 212,79 points, the small cap were 16,18 points down at 662,47 points, medium cap 1,26 points up to 294,79 points, old industrials advanced by 1,69 points to 795,12 points and the minings were unchanged at 324,13 points.
Meikles gained 5,00 cents to 280,00 cents, innscor rose by 1,66 cents to 365,24 cents and Econet was 1,61 cents higher at 157,61 cents. turnall also increased by 1,50 cents to end at 13,00 cents and mashonaland holdings was 1,28 cents firmer at 9,50 cents.
Trading in the negative; ppc lost 15,93 cents to 392,64 cents, powerspeed eased 4,90 cents to close at 24,50 cents and amalgamated regional trading traded 2,20 cents weaker at 12,30 cents. old mutual limited also decreased by 1,46 cents to end at 3400,00 cents and simbisa was 1,20 cents down to 130,58 cents.
The Johannesburg stock exchange ( jse) advanced by 1,68 percent, the new york stock exchange added 0,29 percent and the london stock exchange was 0,21 percent up.
On the interbank market, the Zimbabwe dollar maintained its stable trend by trading at 17,14 to the united states dollar, it was pegged at 22,27 with the british pound, trading at 19,02 against the euro, being pegged at 0,843 with the south african rand as well as trading at 1,585 against the Botswana Pula.
Brent crude oil rose by 0,76 percent to us$65,34 cents per barrel, platinum was 0,30 percent up to us$1,025,73 cents an ounce and gold increased by 0,15 percent to us$1,559,52 cents an ounce.
By ZBC Reporter