Tough times ahead, research firm warns

The agriculture sector is projected to contract by -4,9% this year due to the anticipated normal to below-normal rainfall pattern. The mining sector is projected to grow by 7,6%.
By Melody Chikono
 Feb. 27, 2024

Policy uncertainty and investor sentiment, investors on the edge?

 Assuming a new currency comes in the picture as speculated, confidence levels will also weigh on sentiment and equally plunge the market.
By Tinashe Duma Feb. 23, 2024

The state of Zim capital markets

Collective investments, which allow pooling of capital from the public for the purpose of investing it in a certain investment, are an integral part of our capital markets.
By Rufaro Hozheri Feb. 23, 2024

Zimplats loses US$114m following Mtasa resignation debacle

Mtasa was the long-time head of the State-owned entity, TelOne.
By Tatira Zwinoira Feb. 23, 2024

Structured currency may require a change of public perceptions

Be that as it may, I hold that the decision could have been delayed a bit further, particularly if the desire was to continue to hold the rate of inflation down.
By Prosper Munyedza Feb. 22, 2024

ZSE, VFEX suffer heavy losses

Exchange rate premium determines the direction of markets in Zimbabwe. It represents many economic indicators that affect capital markets.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Feb. 20, 2024

BNC to institute budgetary controls

Nickel prices on the London Metal Exchange experienced a significant decrease of 48% to US$16 300 per tonne during the calendar year 2023.
By Business Reporter Feb. 19, 2024

Value preservation vs investment returns

During the dollarisation era, the Edgars stock was going for US$0,158 as at February 8, 2019, while overall market capitalisation stood at US$7,9 billion.
By Ceteris Paribus Feb. 16, 2024

Analysing the cotton industry

According to the Agriculture Marketing Authority (AMA), cotton farming is a source of livelihood for over 600 000 families in the country.
By Rufaro Hozheri Feb. 16, 2024