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ZSE starts week in red

The Zimbabawe Stock Exchange started the week on a low note due to losses by several listed counters.

Massive disposal of shares by investors on the market ahead of the Easter holiday saw the mainstream industrial index losing a marginal 0.01 points to settle at 140.07 points in mixed trading while the mining or resources index shed 0.79 points to end 59.33 points.

Gains were seen in Delta which added 0.25 cents to 86.25 cents, CFI put on 0.10 cents to trade at 12.65 cents whilst FBC Holdings inched up by 0.02 cents to close at 8.12 cents.

Lafarge came off 3.25 cents to close at 44.75 cents, Seedco shed 0.41 cents to 94.50 cents while Star Africa Corporation decreased by 0.07 cents to end at 1.05 cents.

Bindura shed 0.10 cents to trade at 2.90 cents.

Falgold, Hwange and RioZim remained unchanged.

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