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Price%Change
JSE All Share Index51,680.00Down-0.44%
JSE Financial 1514,693.00Down-0.03%
JSE Industrial 2558,877.00Down-1.01%
JSE Resources 1060,605.00Up0.24%
JSE Top 4046,517.00Down-0.48%
All Share51,680.00
 
-0.44%
Financial 1514,693.00
 
-0.03%
Industrial 2558,877.00
 
-1.01%
ProductLotBidAskSpread
EURUSDCFD1000 EUR1.34401.34430.0003
GBPUSDCFD1000 GBP1.69821.69840.0002
GOLD 27-Aug-201432 TOZ1295.401295.900.50
WTI 19-Aug-2014250 BBL101.55101.630.08
EURUSD 15-Sep-201412500 EUR1.34421.34450.0003
GBPUSD 15-Sep-201412500 GBP1.69741.69790.0005
USDMUR 18-Aug-201410000 USD30.1330.830.70
USDMUR 15-Sep-201410000 USD30.2330.930.70
USMURW 07-Aug-20141000 USD30.3830.680.30
USMURW 31-Jul-20141000 USD30.4330.530.10

Fri Jul 25 2014 12:42:12 GMT+0000 (UTC)

Price%Change
ZAR/EUR14.14Down-0.67%
ZAR/GBP17.83Down-0.98%
ZAR/USD10.53Down-0.42%
ZAR/EUR14.14
 
-0.67%
ZAR/GBP17.83
 
-0.98%
ZAR/USD10.53
 
-0.42%
Price%Change
Brent Crude Oil107.1Down-0.14%
GOLD USD/oz1,295.4Down-0.96%
Platinum USD/oz1,475.5Down-0.7%
Brent Crude Oil107.1
 
-0.14%
GOLD USD/oz1,295.4
 
-0.96%
Platinum USD/oz1,475.5
 
-0.7%

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  • Midday update of Nigerian markets

    Midday update of Nigerian markets

    Fri, 25 Jul 2014 10:42:49 GMT

    The NSE ASI has resumed trading today after experiencing some technical difficulties on Thursday. Meanwhile Olaolu Adesina, Portfolio Manager at Lead Asset Management joins CNBC Africa for a look at some of the earnings out of the NSE.

  • Impact of brand recognition on Nigerian GDP

    Impact of brand recognition on Nigerian GDP

    Fri, 25 Jul 2014 10:42:47 GMT

    Brand valuation is a relatively new concept in Nigeria. Top 50 brands is leveraging on this to encourage the influx of multinational and home grown brands. Taiwo Oluboyede joins CNBC Africa for a look at the impact of brand recognition on the overall growth of an economy.

  • Effectiveness of risk profiling

    Effectiveness of risk profiling

    Fri, 25 Jul 2014 10:12:15 GMT

    The effectiveness of risk profiling has come into question. Patrick Barker, Private Client Portfolio Manager at Cannon Asset Managers joins CNBC Africa for more.

  • MTN named as SA & Africa's top brand

    MTN named as SA & Africa's top brand

    Fri, 25 Jul 2014 10:10:50 GMT

    Once again, telecoms giant, MTN has been named South Africa's top brand. Petrus de Kock, Research Manager for Brand South Africa joins CNBC Africa to discuss the success of African brands.

  • MTN named as SA & Africa's top brand

    MTN named as SA & Africa's top brand

    Fri, 25 Jul 2014 10:10:50 GMT

    Once again, telecoms giant, MTN has been named South Africa's top brand. Petrus de Kock, Research Manager for Brand South Africa joins CNBC Africa to discuss the success of African brands.

  • Expectations for S.Africa's chicken industry

    Expectations for S.Africa's chicken industry

    Fri, 25 Jul 2014 09:47:41 GMT

    High feed costs for poultry has levelled a few heavy blows to the local chicken farming industry. Combined with the worldwide economic slowdown and a levelling in consumer demand - job losses are just one of the negative symptoms of this industry. But a R200 million investment by a poultry producer in the agricultural town of Standerton tells a story about expectations for the industry. CNBC Africa's Christine Mhundwa files this report.

  • Economic review with Annabel Bishop

    Economic review with Annabel Bishop

    Fri, 25 Jul 2014 07:26:13 GMT

    Annabel Bishop speaks to CNBC Africa to review some of the economic data and news from the past week as well as to preview what is important to watch next week.

  • Gavel drops on Kyalami racetrack

    Gavel drops on Kyalami racetrack

    Fri, 25 Jul 2014 07:26:11 GMT

    South Africa's historic Kayalami racetrack was auctioned off to Porche South Africa for 205 million rand. Conductor of the auction, Joff van Reenen who is the director and lead auctioneer at High Street Auction Company joins CNBC Africa for more.

  • Midday update of Nigerian markets

    Midday update of Nigerian markets

    Fri, 25 Jul 2014 10:42:49 GMT

    The NSE ASI has resumed trading today after experiencing some technical difficulties on Thursday. Meanwhile Olaolu Adesina, Portfolio Manager at Lead Asset Management joins CNBC Africa for a look at some of the earnings out of the NSE.

  • Technical glitch drags Nigerian markets down

    Technical glitch drags Nigerian markets down

    Fri, 25 Jul 2014 07:31:34 GMT

    Due to a technical glitch, the NSE ASI traded the lowest volume in years. As management continues to work on resolving the problem encountered, we now review recent earnings on the bourse with Idris Toriola, Equities Dealer at Stanbic IBTC Stockbrokers Limited

  • McKinsey exploring Nigeria's economic potential

    McKinsey exploring Nigeria's economic potential

    Thu, 24 Jul 2014 15:28:49 GMT

    A new report from the McKinsey Global Institute and McKinsey's Nigeria office entitled, Nigeria's renewal: Delivering inclusive growth in Africa's largest economy examines the country's economic potential and finds that with the right reforms and investments, it can become one of the world's leading economies by 2030. CNBC Africa spoke with Acha Leke, Director at McKinsey & Company and also co-author of the report on what they found.

  • Zenith Bank EPS up 4.9%

    Zenith Bank EPS up 4.9%

    Thu, 24 Jul 2014 13:17:58 GMT

    Zenith Bank has reported 4.9 per cent rise in earnings per share to N1.51 for the first half of 2014. The lender saw gross earnings increase 7.8 per cent to N184billion, while profit after tax rose 8.3 per cent to N47.4 billion. CNBC Africa's Wole Famurewa caught up with Executive Director Ebenezer Onyeagwu and discussed how the bank is navigating this difficult business environment.

  • Where does Southern Africa fit into oil & gas exploration boom?

    Where does Southern Africa fit into oil & gas exploration boom?

    Thu, 24 Jul 2014 14:46:05 GMT

    East Africa is being hailed as the next boom region for oil and gas exploration after significant discoveries over the last few years in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. So how is East Africa fairing against West African supplies and where does Southern Africa fit in? To help answer these questions CNBC Africa is joined at the desk by Michel Karera, Head of Commodities for Africa at Thomson Reuters and Tom James, Co-Founder and Chairman of Navitas Resources.

  • Ethiopian PM speaks out on ease of doing business

    Ethiopian PM speaks out on ease of doing business

    Thu, 24 Jul 2014 13:57:46 GMT

    According to Hailemariam Desalegn, Ethiopia's prime minister, the World Bank is "wrong" about how hard it is to do business in the country. CNBC's Yousef Gamal El-din spoke with the minister for more.

  • East Africa's oil & gas discoveries to bring regional transformation

    East Africa's oil & gas discoveries to bring regional transformation

    Thu, 24 Jul 2014 13:57:45 GMT

    According to Standard Bank, recent oil & gas discoveries in East Africa will fundamentally transform the regional economies as the resources bring in new investment in other infrastructure. The discoveries in Uganda, Kenya, South Sudan, Ethiopia, Tanzania and Mozambique have emerged as some of the most prolific oil and gas exploration regions in the world over the last 10 years. For more CNBC Africa is joined by Simon Ashby Rudd, global head of oil & gas at Standard Bank.

  • IFC extends $100mln funding to Kenyan companies for expansion

    IFC extends $100mln funding to Kenyan companies for expansion

    Wed, 23 Jul 2014 13:45:41 GMT

    The International Finance Corporation has extended 100 million dollars in funding to two Kenyan companies this month for expansion. The private lending arm of the World Bank however said it was not competing with local banks, at a time interest rates are said to be high in the east Africa nation. CNBC Africa's Beatrice Gachenge spoke to the IFC Director for Eastern and Southern Africa, Oumar Seydi.

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