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Stock market ends week lower
30/08/2014 00:00:00
by The Source
 
 
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THE industrial index on Friday ended the week lower after losing 0.43 points to close at 196.43 points.

Among the losers were Cafca, which dropped six cents to trade at 27 cents, while Innscor and TSL were each a cent lower at 76 cents and 27 cents. Afdis retreated 0.50 cents to close at 32 cents and NMB eased 0.40 cents to 4.20 cents.

Gains were recorded in African Sun which added 0.20 cents to settle at 2.30 cents while CBZ and Padenga both rose by 0.10 cents to close at 12.10 cents and 8.50 cents.

The industrial index shed 1.61 points compared to last week.

The mining index went up 0.44 points to close at 104.80 points after Hwange increased by a cent to eight cents.

Bindura and Falgold were unchanged at 9.25 cents and 4.01 cents, respectively. RioZim slipped four cents to close at 22 cents.

Week on week, the mining index pushed up 3.02 points.


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