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October 23

  • Angola: Manager Highlights Importance of Stock Exchange to Financial Inclusion

    ANGOP

    The CEO of Capital Markets (CMC), Archer Mangueira, Thursday in Luanda said that the stock exchange is among the better business environments to increase financial inclusion of... Read more »

  • Kenya: Kenya Orchards Continues With Its Baffling Rise

    The Star

    The Nairobi all share rebounded 0.462% to close at 160.58. The all share is +17.511% in 2014 and 2.943% below a record closing high reached last month. Read more »

  • Nigeria: NSE Index Down 0.04 Per Cent

    Daily Independent

    After recording significant growth, the market which opened the week in a positive trajectory, skewed downwards as profit takers offloaded in the wake of the cautious optimism that... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: PG Relisting Still Distant

    Financial Gazette

    A SENIOR Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) official has indicated that buildings material group, PG Industries, will only resume trading on the bourse once its proposed scheme of... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Bulls Outshine Bears As Asi Extends Two-Day Gains

    Guardian

    THE equities market closed yesterday on a positive note, as Nigerian Stock Exchange [NSE] All Share Index [ASI] appreciated by 0.87 per cent to close at 39,113.62 basis points,... Read more »



October 22

  • Kenya: Family Bank Listing Plans On Course

    Capital FM

    Family Bank has announced plans to list at the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) soon once its done with its expansion plans as well strengthening shareholders value. Read more »

  • South Africa: Govt Proposes New Framework for State-Owned Companies

    SAnews.gov.za

    Government has proposed a new framework for funding state-owned companies, which will include closer monitoring of such entities. Read more »

  • Angola: Sol Bank Signs Deal With Insurance Companies

    ANGOP

    Sol Bank signed Wednesday in Luanda an agreement to provide services with Insurance Firms: "GA Seguros" and "Media Seguros". Read more »

  • Nigeria: NSE Market Cap Gains N111.258b

    Daily Independent

    Trading on the floor of The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) sustained bullish trend on Wednesday when both indicators closed in the positive territory, appreciating by 0.86 per cent... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Rights Issues to the Rescue

    This Day

    In a bid to prevent their capital adequacy ratios from falling below 15 per cent, Nigerian banks have returned to the capital market to raise fresh capital via rights issue, writes... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Five Firms Get NSE's Approval to Restructure Operations

    This Day

    Five companies have obtained the approval of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) to restructure their operations thereby escaping being delisted. The companies are among those... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zeem - of Bad Economic Timing

    The Herald

    There has long been talk about the introduction of a second stock market for relatively smaller and growing companies. This is in addition to other calls for the establishment of... Read more »



October 21



October 20

  • Nigeria: Nigerian Bourse Rebounds, Gains N153.515 Billion

    Daily Independent

    Trading on the floor of The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) rebounded on Monday when both indicators closed in the positive territory for the first time in two weeks, appreciating by... Read more »

  • Nigeria: 'Brokers Must Play Role of Risk Advisor to Stay Competitive'

    Guardian

    BROKERS looking to stay competitive will need to take on more of a risk advisor role in the market, according to a new report from PwC. Read more »

  • Nigeria: NSE Index Declines By 5.5 Percent As Market Follows Global Trend [opinion]

    This Day

    For the first time this year, the Nigerian equities market recorded a decline of 5.5 per cent in a week that the market depreciated for five days. The market witnessed massive... Read more »



October 19

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