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02/12/2014 00:00:00
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THE Zimbabwe Stock Exchange’s main industrial index on Tuesday shed 0.21 points to close at 170.86 points dragged by losses in Ariston and Masholdings.

Ariston dropped 0.25 cents to 0.60 cents, while Mashonaland Holdings lost 0.20 cents to close at 2.20 cents.

Dawn shed 0.05 cents to trade at 0.85 cents. National Foods was marginally lower at 300 cents after losing 0.01 cents.

Cafca surged five cents to close at forty five cents while Colcom added a cent to 28 cents.

SeedCo increased by 0.50 cents to trade at 95.50 cents and Meikles put on 0.10 cents to 15.60 cents.

The mining index was steady at 64.00 points with Bindura, Falgold, Hwange and Riozim remaining unchanged at 5.20 cents, 3.50 cents, seven cents and 15.03 cents respectively.



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