Nigerian Stock Exchange
Dissecting MTN results
Earlier today, MTN announced plans to list its Nigerian unit on the Nigerian Stock Exchange during the first half of 2019 without raising new money from investors immediately.
Why we attended WEF Davos 2019 – NSE’s Oscar Onyema
The World Economic Forum says there are opportunities for investment in the capacities of people and communities to attain self-reliance. So how can African corporations tap into these opportunities to unlock new capital and scale up local markets? Oscar Onyema, CEO of the Nigerian Stock Exchange joins CNBC Africa’s Fifi Peters in Davos for this discussion.
NSE’s Oscar Onyema on how collaboration can boost capital markets
At the third edition of the Market Data workshop, CEO of the Nigerian Stock Exchange Oscar Onyema says a collaborative effort is needed among market stakeholders to determine which emerging technologies to pursue within our markets.
Nigerian corporates race against cancer
The Nigerian Stock Exchange held its 5th edition of the Annual Corporate Challenge over the weekend. CNBC Africa’s Deborah Movoria filed this report.
Nigeria plans to list N10.69bn green bond on NSE
Nigeria’s Debt Management Office plans to list the country’s 10.69 billion naira Sovereign Green Bond on the Nigerian Stock Exchange later this week.
NSE aims to harness the global capital markets for Nigeria's economic growth
Attracting global capital to drive Nigeria's economic reforms as well as sustainable growth is the latest object of the Nigerian Stock Exchange in partnership with its London Stock Exchange.
NSE plans to launch exchange traded derivatives
The Nigerian Stock Exchange plans to launch Exchange Traded Derivatives which it hopes will deepen the market and re-position the course.
Rights issues on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
Chinedu Anozia, CEO of AUX Capital Partners joins CNBC Africa to review last year’s rights issues on the Nigerian Stock Exchange and to project what this year could bring.