MARKETS in Zimbabwe were unfazed by presidential results announced last week on Thursday in which President-elect Emmerson Mnangagwa won 50,8 percent of the votes to 44,3 percent for opposition leader Nelson Chamisa. The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE), which was subdued during the election week, recorded gains after results were announced. The all share index registered a 0,1 percentage point gain on Friday’s trading session to settle at 114,19 points. The index had shed 0,24 points the previous day and was flat at 114,08 points on August 1 as investors traded cautiously awaiting the election results. According to the ZSE, the 2013 post-election period saw the local bourse suffer a two-week financial bloodbath, losing a cumulative 22 percentage points from 232,87…