How Buhari’s long-awaited cabinet impacts Nigerian markets
Trading resumes on the equities market after a two-day holiday. To review today's trading session Moses Hammed, Investment Research Analyst at Investment One Financial Services (IOFS) joins CNBC Africa for more.
Nigerian fixed income and FX markets watch
Traders say the Naira depreciated at the I and E window by 14 basis points to 362 Naira, 39 kobo while parallel market rates remained flat at 360 niara. Adamma Mbachu, Head of Currency Trading at Access Bank, joins CNBC Africa for more.
Nigerian stock market review
As equities trading closes for the week. StockBroker and Capital Market Analyst at Nigeria's equities market, Rotimi Fakayejo joins CNBC Africa for more.
Airtel Africa shares drop further after Tuesday's listing
Airtel Africa shares lost another 10 percent on its third trading session bringing its share price to 323 Naira 5 Kobo. Andrew Tsaku, Trader at Kapital Care Trust joins CNBC Africa for more.
Nigeria's equities swing positive
The NSE All Share Index halted its eight-day losing streak, gaining 21 basis points at the close of trading. This was largely driven by bargain hunting in Nestle, GT Bank, PZ and Nigerian Breweries.
Nigerian investors seek out safe haven high returns - Analysts
As markets in Nigeria begin fourth quarter trading today, market analysts say investors and portfolio managers will continue to seek best returns in safe haven assets, while investors in riskier assets such as equities.