Nigeria's stock exchange to become listed company
The Nigerian Stock Exchange, sub-Saharan Africa's second biggest, has won approval from its members to become a listed company.
Databank: Gloomy outlook drag Ghana equities
Databank says gloomy economic outlook have continued to weigh on Ghanaian equities as the Ghana Stock Exchange declined by 26.5 pe rcent year-on-year in the third quarter of this year. Alex Boahen, Head of Research at Databank joins CNBC Africa to look at the country’s equities market.
Nigeria’s equities market anticipates MTN Nigeria listing
As MTN Nigeria plans to list about 20.35 billion shares on the Nigerian Stock Exchange by way of introduction tomorrow, Tajudeen Ibrahim, VP and Head of Research at Chapel Hill Denham joins me to assess the equities market on the eve of this landmark listing.
SAHCO lists on the NSE
Aviation Company, Skyway Aviation Handling Company, SAHCO Plc, lists on Nigeria's Stock Exchange today. CNBC Africa is joined by Basil Agboarumi, CEO, SAHCO to discuss facts behind the listing on the NSE.
How do UK investors view Africa?
David Schwimmer, Chief Executive Officer of the London Stock Exchange says British investors see a long-term growth potential and opportunity in Africa. He discussed this and more with CNBC Africa’s Wole Famurewa when he visited Nigeria as part of the U.K delegates who accompanied Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May.
Nigeria oil and gas industry outlook
As representatives of Nigerian oil and Gas Company, Seplat wrap up facts behind the figures session at the Nigerian Stock Exchange, the company's CEO, Austin Avuru, joins CNBC Africa to give an outlook for the Nigerian oil and gas sector.
Tokyo stock exchange starts the first trading day of the year
The Tokyo Stock Exchange begins its first trading day of the year after a ceremony joined by Finance Minister Taro Aso and women in traditional Japanese kimonos.
How Toshiba aims to avoid delisting
Toshiba is planning to raise about $5.5B and explore the sale of its nuclear-related assets to avoid being delisted from the Tokyo Stock Exchange.