THE Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) clawed back to life today as 7,07 million shares – representing a 410 percent increase – worth US$1,44 million changed hands.

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1408-2-1-ZSETrades could not breach the US$1 million mark for the past three trading sessions.

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Dairibord Zimbabwe Limited led gainers, rising 6,76 percent, followed by OK Zim, which added 1,43 and Barclays, which climbed 0,22 percent to US$0,0431.

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However, the mainstream industrial index slumped 0,22 percent to close at 134,55 points dragged by in losses in BAT 0,51 percent, Delta 0,29 percent, Innscor 0,18 percent and Econet 0,07 percent.

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But the mining index rose 0,28 percent to 29,10 points driven by Falgold, which jumped 25 percent to US$0,005, while the rest of the resource stocks were inactive.