Zimbabwe Stock Exchange will resume trading next week after the government shut down the platform for reasons best explained by the government, Business Times reports.
A source that spoke to the publication about ZSE resuming trading said:
All is set for the resumption of trading. There are meetings underway to work out modalities on how the fungible shares will be traded on a foreign currency exchange.
Meanwhile, the ruling party is lobbying that one of ZSE’s biggest counters Old Mutual be delisted because according to them it is fueling the black market runaway exchange rate.
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