German firms in China: A quarter are 'planning to leave'
China's economic slowdown and trade tensions between the world's top two economies have dampened German businesses' spirits. Many German firms operating in China report a "gloomy" business outlook.
Chile's worst social unrest since 1980s
Goldman Sachs Head of LatAm Economic Research Alberto Ramos discusses social unrest in Chile and other Central and South American countries on 'Bloomberg Markets: What'd You Miss?"
Access Bank’s Victor Etuokwu on the role of women to the financial services sector
Gender equality and women empowerment is not just an economic issue but it is about how society evolves, gets more efficient and sustainable. This is according to Victor Etuokwu, Executive Director at Access Bank. To discuss the role of women to the financial services sector, he joins CNBC Africa’s Christy Cole on the sidelines of the 59th Annual General Conference of the NBA for more.
How global trade tensions are impacting Ghana’s economy
In the face of a rising global trade tension and projected global recession in 2020 – to discuss how these global issues are impacting emerging economies like Ghana’s, Emmanuel Zewu, Vice President for the Economic Research and Policy analysis unit at New Era Africa and Winston Osuchukwu, Co-founder of Trans-Sahara Incorporated join CNBC Africa for more.
Business reacts to fin min Ncube’s half-year budget review statement
Zimbabwe is going through another tumultuous time as they face a petrol increase of 26 per cent due to a raise in import tax on fuel. Following from the economic crisis that the country is going through, president Mnangagwa has also suspended the release of data for annual consumer price for the next six months. Joining CNBC Africa for more is Batanai Matsika, Head of Research at Morgan & Co.
Can tourism save wolves in Germany?
Apex predators can be difficult neighbors. But a new approach being taken in Germany could offset the economic damage they can cause while increasing acceptance of their renewed presence in the country.
Nigeria Orders banks to loan more money to spur economy
In an effort to boost economic growth in Africa’s most populous country, Nigeria is giving its banks a choice: lend more of their money, or hand it over to the central bank and earn nothing on it.
Remembering the Nigerian civil war
The Nigerian Civil War, also known as the Biafran War and the Nigerian-Biafran War (6 July 1967 – 15 January 1970), was a war fought between the government of Nigeria and the secessionist state of Biafra. Biafra represented nationalist aspirations of the Biafran people, whose leadership felt they could no longer coexist with the Northern-dominated federal government. The conflict resulted from political, economic, ethnic, cultural and religious tensions which preceded Britain's formal decolonization of Nigeria from 1960 to 1963.
Mohamed El-Erian on Fed Policy, Mexico Trade Tariffs
Mohamed El-Erian, chief economic adviser at Allianz, discusses the Federal Reserve's neutral rate and uncertainty from U.S. tariffs on Mexico.
Ending crude oil theft in Bayelsa state
The Nigerian Navy has handed over two vessels, boats and a twenty-two man crew to the commission of the Economic and Financial crime in an attempt to halt the theft of crude oil in Bayelsa state.
Nigeria explores new measures to grow its manufacturing industry
Nigeria has set a target to double its manufacturing output to 20 per cent of GDP within six years and will set up special economic zones across the country in partnership with regional aid banks to achieve this target. Johnson Chukwu, CEO of Cowry Asset Management Limited joins CNBC Africa to discuss this.