Zimbabwe Stock Exchange Reopens

Zimbabwean stocks tumbled as trading resumed for the first time in five weeks after authorities shut down the exchange for allegedly contributing to the plunge in the local currency, Bloomberg reports.

  • Zimbabwe:  Sober Bears As Bourse Opens

    The Herald, 4 August 2020

    The growing success of the foreign currency auctions to stabilise exchange rates and the consequent dramatic lowering of inflation expectations were reflected on the Zimbabwe Stock… Read more »

A Zimbabwe Stock Exchange tweet.

  • Zimbabwe:  Stock Exchange Resumes Trading

    The Herald, 3 August 2020

    The Zimbabwe Stock Exhange is set to resume trading today, more than a month after activity on the equity exchange was suspended. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Towards Exchange Rate Stability

    The Herald, 3 August 2020

    Measures introduced by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) just over a month ago to stymie a precipitous Zimbabwe dollar exchange rate volatility have yielded positive results thus… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Stock Exchange to Resume Trading

    The Herald, 29 July 2020

    Trading on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) resumes next Monday, but without Old Mutual, Seed Co International and PPC, following an inquiry by the Financial Intelligence Unit… Read more »


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