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Industrial index opens the week weaker

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THE industrial index opened this week weaker after losing 0,37 points to close at 167,99 points.

BUSINESS REPORTER

The index, however, closed the week higher at 168,36 points after gaining 0,06.

Two counters traded in the positive yesterday. Afdis added 2 cents to settle at 44 cents while Pearl put on 0,09 cents to 2,70 cents. Fidelity Life dropped a cent to close at 8 cents, Delta slipped 0, 99 cents to 109 cents and Padenga lost 0, 25 cents to trade at 9 cents.

The mining index was flat at 67,59 points. Bindura, Falgold, Hwange and RioZim were unchanged at 5,60 cents, 3,50cents, 7 cents and 15 cents respectively.

Last Friday National Foods added 5 cents to close at 305 cents, TSL advanced 0,50 cents to 26,50 cents while Padenga surged 0,25 cents to trade at 9,25 cents and ZHL increased by 0,05 cents to 0,80 cents. The mining index was flat at 67,59 points after the four mining counters traded at previous levels.

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