Interfin delisted

HARARE – Interfin Financial Services has been delisted from the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE).

The financial group was suspended from the bourse in June last year.

This comes as the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe extended the group’s banking subsidiary Interfin Bank’s curatorship to December this year.

Meanwhile, losses continued on the ZSE, with the industrial index losing a further 0.04 percent to settle at 194.57 points on Thursday.

Milk processor Dairibord Zimbabwe Holdings lost 1.5 cents to 10 cents; First Mutual 1.4 cents to 5.1 cents and Edgars half a cent lower at 11.5 cents.

On the gainers, Padenga recorded an increase of 0.50 cents to 7.5 cents as Delta added 0.49 cents to 129.99 cents.

Masimba picked up 0.3 cents to 2.6 cents while Mashonaland Holdings and NTS each gained 0.05 cents to 2.7 cents and 2.05 cents respectively.

The mining index lost 1.11 percent to settle at 96.27 points after Mwana Africa’s nickel producer BNC shed 0.12 cents to 8.39 cents.

Falcon Gold, Hwange Colliery and RioZim maintained previous trading levels.

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