ZSE starts the week on a positive note

By ZBC Reporter
Trading on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) started the week on a positive note due to renewed investor interest on some listed counters.
The all-share index surged by 0,67 points to 234,77 points, the top ten was 0,74 points up to 209,17 points, the top 15 surged by 0,65 points to 210,20 points, the small-cap was 7,84 points up to 643,96 points, medium cap which was 0,17 points higher at 286,26 points, the old industrial index rose by 2,15 points to 782,24 points and the mining’s rose by 3,16 points to 315,84 points.
DELTA led the movers with a 3,22 cents gain to close at 348, 25 cents, SIMBISA rose by 1,23 cents to close at 126,48 cents and CASSAVA was 0,99 cents firmer at 150,99 cents. Other counters to advance include WILLDALE which increased by 0, 51 cents to 3,06 cents and OK ZIMBABWE which traded 0,48 cents higher at 66,25 cents.
PADENGA was the only counter trading in the negative after losing $0.0322 to settle at 246,03 cents.
On the regional and global markets, the Johannesburg Stock Exchange advanced by 2,23 percent, the New York Stock Exchange was 0,28 percent down and the London Stock Exchange added 0,18 percent.
On the interbank market, the Zimbabwe dollar was trading at 17,00 to the United States dollar, it was pegged at 22,16 against the South African Rand trading at 18,92 with the Euro, being pegged at 0,842 to the South African Rand as well as trading at 1,590 against the Euro.
Crude oil rose by 0,09 percent to US$65,04 cents per barrel, gold shed 0,51 percent to US$ 1, 554, 36 cents an ounce while platinum dropped by 0,27 percent to US$ 976,54 cents an ounce.