Lynton-Edwards Stockbrokers (Pvt) Limited is an owner-managed stock broking firm, and a member of the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange.
We have provided a personalized and professional service since the firm’s inception in 2004, and has since established itself as one of the bigger stock broking companies in the market. The firm has transacted for, and assisted a number of world-class companies and currently has a diverse client base made up of both local and international investors.
Companies we are following
Bakers have hinted on an increase in the price of bread and other flour products following a rise in the prices of bread flour of between 10-25 percent as a result of nostro liquidity challenges.
Econet today released results of the renounceable rights offer made to shareholders who were registered in the books of the company as at close of business on 17 February 2017, that closed on 31 March
Zimbabwe Revenue Authority exceeded its first quarter revenue collection targets by 6.09 percent, with actual gross collections amounting to $862.47 million against a target of $812.94 million. Net revenue grew from $724.89 million in the
From the Blog
2017 Economic Outlook 2016 review: The ZSE’s mainstream Industrials Index ended the year 2016 with a 25.84% gain to 144.53 spurred by fourth quarter gains. At the end of the third quarter, the Industrials had
Zimbabwe’s exports failed to go past the key $3 billion level in 2016 after closing December at $2.83 billion. Total imports for the year were $5.21 billion, subsequently leading to an annual trade deficit of
Listed beverage producer, Delta Beverages, is currently operating at between 40% and 60% of its capacity due to a decline in demand for its products witnessed since 2013, an official has said. Company secretary, Alex