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Ceteris Paribus: ZiG a gamble in a volatile world

However, this gold linkage, with its possible upsides, has proved to be a rather double-edged sword, with potentially reduced control over fluctuations.
By Tinashe Duma Jul. 12, 2024

Zim economy on the upswing, rating agency says

The firm has offices in London, the United Kingdom, Spain and the African regions such as Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jul. 12, 2024

Gendered perspective on structured currency.

Annual inflation had reached over 1 000% and market trading including payments of public services, taxes, and fuel are predominantly pegged at USD prices.
By Vanessa Jaravaza May. 17, 2024

Economic policies and REITs

These dynamics directly and immediately impact REITs, which rely on a stable economic environment to ensure consistent returns.
By Mike Juru May. 17, 2024

Ceteris Paribus: Is ZSE poised to preserve value?

ZiG, backed by a basket of foreign currencies, gold, and other precious metals, replaced the ZWL (Zimbabwe dollar)
By Tinashe Duma Apr. 26, 2024

‘New currency averted systems crash’

It replaced  the Zimbabwe dollar (ZWL), which had to be decommissioned after depreciating rapidly against the US dollar, complicating an already dire economic situation.

Zim needs regime change, not currency change

Rapid inflation, poverty rates continue to remain alarmingly high because of Zimbabwe’s plagued economy. 
By Diana Machingauta Apr. 12, 2024

Review of the 2024 Monetary Policy Statement

For instance, the annual inflation rate rose from 34,8% in January 2024 to 47,6% in February and 55,3% in March 2024.
By Prosper Chitambara Apr. 12, 2024

Annual inflation seen below 5%

The governor noted that in the last nine months, inflationary pressures have dissipated, as seen by the decline in the annual inflation rate from 30,9% in June to 17,8% in October 2023.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Apr. 8, 2024