Bears hold GSE while NSE rallies
The bears continue to dominate activities at the Ghana Stock Exchange in the past month while Nigeria’s market has seen a renewed bullish momentum. Meanwhile, Ghana has seen a third consecutive monthly decline it is headline inflation which dropped to 10.1 per cent in October while Nigeria’s Statistical Office is expected to publish its October inflation data on Monday. Omotola Abimbola, Macro and Fixed Income Analyst at Chapel Hill Denham joins CNBC Africa for more on the markets in Ghana and Nigeria.
Banking stocks lift NSE All-Share Index
Gains in banking stocks lifted the NSE All-Share Index today swinging the market into positive territory after three straight sessions of losses. Jolomi Odonghanro, Head of Research at Cordros Capital joins CNBC Africa's Wole Famurewa for more.
NSE generated N7.6bn revenue in 2018: Oscar Onyema reviews performance of the NSE
At its Annual General Meeting (AGM), CEO of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), Oscar Onyema rated the performance of the exchange in 2018 as ‘okay’ particularly in the relatively difficult operating environment experienced last year. He stated this while responding to questions from journalists. He joins CNBC Africa for more.
Addressing questions raised about MTN Nigeria’s listing
The Nigerian Stock Exchange and MTN Nigeria have put out statements addressing some issues raised about the listing of the company's shares on the Premium Board of the NSE by way of Introduction. Kemi Awodein, Managing Director of Chapel Hill Denham joins CNBC Africa to clarify some of these issues.
MTN Nigeria CEO speaks on NSE listing
Today is the much-anticipated landmark listing by way of introduction of 20.4 million ordinary shares of MTN Nigeria shares on the Premium Board of the Nigerian Stock Exchange; Oscar Onyema, CEO of the Nigerian Stock Exchange and MTN Nigeria CEO Ferdi Moolman join CNBC Africa’s Esther Awoniyi from the floor of the NSE to share what this listing means for the Nigerian bourse.
The future of share registrars in Nigeria
Peter Ashade, CEO of Africa Prudential Registrars joins CNBC Africa from the floor of the NSE for a discussion about how Share Registrars are keeping up with the times.
How will Nigerian markets fare this week
The NSE all share depreciated by 4.99 percent last week for the first time in two weeks. Meanwhile, all other indices finished lower during the week.