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  • Nigeria: Volatile Week for Local Markets

    CAJ News

    ANALYSTS are forecasting an unstable end of the week for the local markets as fears of the worsening economic situation take root. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Over 30 Companies Liquidated

    Zimbabwe Independent

    MORE than 30 companies have been liquidated this year with several others in the process of winding up operations or under judicial management, a development which would result in... Read more »

  • Kenya: Home Afrika Bond Gets CMA Backing

    The Star

    CAPITAL Markets Authority has approved plans by property developer Home Afrika to issue a corporate bond through which it aims to raise Sh900 million. Read more »

  • Egypt: Egypt Bourse Up for 2nd Week in a Row, Gains EGP 20 Billion

    Egypt Online

    The Egyptian Exchange (EGX) indexes closed last week up for the second week in a row. Read more »

  • Nigeria: NSE Market Indices Record 2.51 Percent Growth

    Independent (Lagos)

    Trading on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Friday ended on a positive note as some blue chips recorded price gains. Read more »

  • Kenya: KQ Shares Hit a 10-Year Low After Results

    The Star

    The Nairobi all share firmed 0.79 points to close at 162.63. The all share is +19.012% in 2014 and just 1.704% below a record high reached in September. Read more »

  • Namibia: State to 'Tap Into JSE Bond Facility'

    Namibian

    THE government plans to tap into its Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) listed bond facility and raise further money for its budgetary requirements. Read more »

  • Nigeria: NSE Market Cap Gains N181.5 Billion

    Independent (Lagos)

    The bullish run, which characterised trading on The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) since Monday, continued on Thursday when both indicators closed in the positive trajectory as they... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Shareholders Ask SEC, NSE to Cancel Transcorp Hotel IPO

    Vanguard

    Some Transnational Corporation shareholders have urged the Nigerian capital market regulators to void the Initial Public Offering (IPO) of Transcorp Hotels.Plc. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Medview Goes to Stock Exchange

    This Day

    One of Nigeria's successful domestic operators, Medview Airline has announced that it is in talks with the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) for its listing and offer significant part... Read more »



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  • Nigeria: NSE Index Up 0.88 Per Cent

    Independent (Lagos)

    For the third consecutive trading day, indicators of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) closed in the positive trajectory as they appreciated by 0.88 per cent each. Read more »

  • Nigeria: FG Designates Medview Airlines On Singapore, Two Other Routes

    Independent (Lagos)

    As domestic airlines struggle to break even due to some challenges, Medview Airlines said that the Federal Government has designated the airline to operate flights to Singapore,... Read more »

  • Kenya: NSE Set for Bump and Run Into Year End After 12-Session Losing Streak

    The Star

    The Nairobi All Share had by yesterday morning corrected 3.555% on its start of the year through September 22 rally of 21.009% . Read more »

  • Nigeria: Forex Reserves Hit 4-Month Low As Naira Slips Further

    Daily Trust

    Nigeria's foreign exchange reserve fell to $37.77 billion on Monday, its lowest in four months. This is about 4.7 per cent lower than the $39.65 billion in early September when it... Read more »

  • Nigeria: SEC Takes Awareness on Capital Market to Schools

    This Day

    Determined to strengthen the gains acruable to citizens in the capital market sector of the nation's economy, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Monday in Ibadan, Oyo... Read more »

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