P&ID: Nigeria gets more time to appeal $9.6bn judgment, Lassa fever claims 80 lives in Ondo state
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AirBnB files to float public stock on Wall Street
AirBnB is set to become one of the marquee floatings of stock this year, after the home-sharing company decided to go public. The move comes as demand for home rentals have dropped due to the coronavirus pandemic.
European stock markets nosedive at open
European stocks plummeted just after opening as the coronavirus outbreak destabilizes the world economy. Recent global stimulus measures failed to offset virus concerns.
Nigerian banking index gains but industrial goods sector declines
Investors are taking a keen interest in banking stocks today but the Industrial goods sector is facing a steep decline. Dare Fajimolu, Chief Research Officer at Blue Vertex joins CNBC Africa for a recap of today’s trade.
China’s new board is no longer 'Star'
China’s newest stock venue is no longer the talk of the town. Stock gains and trading activity on Shanghai’s Star board have slowed since July’s launch, while the pace of initial public offerings has been lackluster. Sofia Horta e Costa reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
South Korean stock valuations 'Very Attractive': JPMorgan AM
anet Tsang, Asia Pacific and emerging markets investment specialist at JPMorgan Asset Management, talks about South Korean and Hong Kong stocks. She speaks with David Ingles, Rishaad Salamat and Yvonne Man on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
Showcasing Africa’s fastest growing, inspiring companies
The London Stock Exchange's (LSE) 2019 Companies To Inspire Africa Report has been described as a publication designed to retell the African story and shine the spotlight on the continent’s private sector. Ibukun Adebayo, Director and Co-head Emerging Markets at the London Stock Exchange Group joins CNBC Africa for more.
Google's Larry Page accused of approving payout without board approval
Alphabet CEO Larry Page is accused of giving a $150 million stock grant to Andy Rubin without getting the board's approval. Rubin was under investigation by the company for sexual harassment at the time.
After Apple, the White House says expect more earnings cuts
Following Apple's major downward sales revision which weighed the stock down 10%, the White House is now saying Donald Trump's trade war with China will force other companies to take similar action to revise their earnings forecasts lower too.