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20 Apr 2017
As the World Bank and IMF Spring meetings come to a close, CNBC Africa's Wole Famurewa spoke to Bismarck Rewane, about the importance of the meetings for Nigeria and Ghana.
20 Apr 2017
Joining CNBC Africa to discuss the state of the Nigerian economy is Atedo Peterside, Chairman of ANAP Business Jets and founder and former chairman of Stanbic IBTC Holdings.
20 Apr 2017
The interventions by the Central Bank of Nigeria continue in the country's foreign market with the apex bank recently selling 280 million dollars across the markets to meet dollar demand.
20 Apr 2017
Need for Nigeria's sustenance of policies to beat recession highlighted.
19 Apr 2017
OPEC Secretary-General Mohammad Barkindo discusses the state of oil markets and possible actions from the organisation.
19 Apr 2017
Interventions by the Central Bank of Nigeria continued with a fresh injection of 280 million dollars across the markets to meet dollar demand.
19 Apr 2017
China's shadow banking is back in full swing, an unintended side effect of the government’s campaign against financial leverage, which has curbed traditional lending and squeezed bond financing.
19 Apr 2017
Bloomberg Technology’s Mark Gurman reports on the 10th anniversary iPhone upgrade and the company’s relationship with Samsung.
18 Apr 2017
Pan-African lender Ecobank reported earnings for the 2016 fiscal year today as the earnings season gradually comes to an end.
18 Apr 2017
The Central Bank of Nigeria raised the limit on foreign currency borrowing for banks to 125 per cent of shareholders' funds from 75 percent. Lami Adekola, co-founder and Director, Hamilton and George joins CNBC Africa for more.
17 Apr 2017
The U.S. became New Zealand’s largest wine market in 2015, and data from Gomberg, Fredrikson & Associates show the value of wine shipped to the U.S. passed Australia’s last year.
17 Apr 2017
Uber isn’t required to report its finances publicly, but the privately held company has decided to forgo that luxury for the first time.

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