April 08

April 07

  • Muted Activity for Regional Stocks

    EA Business

    Activity at the Uganda Securities Exchange (USE) last week was slow as investors waited for the annual performance results of the listed companies. Read more »

  • Ruto Urges NSE to Tighten Screws On Irregular Deals

    Capital FM

    The government has called on the leadership of the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) to be keen and firmly deal with any illegal transactions and corruption at the bourse. Read more »

  • Listed Companies Get Grace On Account Submission

    Daily Trust

    The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) announced it has given erring companies on the rendition of accounts a grace of one month grace to comply or face sanctions. Read more »

  • Screen Companies Involved in NNPC Crude Swap - APC

    Daily Trust

    The All Progressives Congress (APC) has called on the National Assembly committees probing alleged revenue losses at the NNPC through the crude-oil-for-refined-product barter... Read more »

  • Blue-Chip Stocks Swell Market Value

    This Day

    The Nigerian stock market sustained its positive momentum Friday, as the NSE benchmark index appreciated marginally by 0.43 per cent to close at 38,712.76 points, compared with the... Read more »

  • Stock Market Sustains Upward Trend On Renewed Optimism

    This Day

    For the first time since late January this year, the Nigerian equities market recorded a back-to-back gain following renewed optimism that is been fuelled by strong full year... Read more »

  • Stanbic, Rencap, Cordros Lead On Nigerian Bourse

    This Day

    Stanbic IBTC Stockbrokers Limited led the top 10 stockbroking on the Nigerian bourse for the first quarter ended March 31, 2014. While the top 10 broking firms accounted for 61.2... Read more »

April 06

  • In First Quarter, Investors Count Losses As Share Prices Depreciate

    This Day

    A number of factors 'conspired' to depress share prices on the Nigerian Stock Exchange in the first quarter of the year as investors count their losses while analysts warn that the... Read more »

  • Oteh - Women Can Influence Positive Results for Companies [interview]

    This Day

    The campaign for increased women's presence in companies' management cadre took a centre stage during the recent 2014 annual lecture of Women in Management, Business, and Public... Read more »

  • Stock Exchange Automation Underway

    Zimbabwe Standard

    A local consortium charged with the automation of Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE), Chengetedzai Depository Company Ltd says it is waiting for licensing by the Securities Exchange... Read more »

April 04

April 03

  • TOL Rights Issue Oversubscribed

    Daily News

    THE TOL Rights Issue shares received oversubscription, which is seen as a sign of investors' confidence on the locally owned gas company, that has recently moved away from the red. Read more »

  • Rwanda's EA Exchange to Sell Nigerian Agricultural Produce

    New Times

    Rwanda will soon be part of a connected African market with Nigeria ready to start selling their agricultural produce through the Rwanda East African Exchange (EAX). Read more »

  • Nigerian, Chinese Companies Seal Deal On Power Projects [press release]

    Nigerian Govt

    A consortium of companies in Nigeria and a Group of top-rate Chinese investors have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on power plant projects, including the assembling and... Read more »

  • Oil Markets Sensitive to Disruptions

    New Era

    Namibian motorists breathed a sigh of relief when Minister of Mines and Energy, Isak Katali, at the end of last month announced that Namibian fuel pump prices for April would... Read more »

April 02

April 01

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