Tag: Arnold Dublin-Green

Shoprite considers divesting from Nigeria

South African retail giant, Shoprite, says it is considering divesting its Nigerian portfolio following an approach by potential investors. The announcement was welcomed by some investors, which saw Shoprite’s shares rise by 11.4 per cent, the highest in nearly two months. Kayode Akindele, Partner at TIA Capital joins CNBC Africa for more.

Apakan Securities’ H2 economic outlook for Côte d’Ivoire

Cote d’ Ivoire has issued domestic bond valued at about $254 million to investors in the CFA franc region. In recent weeks, the cocoa producing country has witnessed the resignation of its Vice president, and the death Prime minister. Arnold Dublin-Green, Head of Global Markets at Apakan Securities joins CNBC Africa for more.

Ecobank’s outlook for West African currencies

There have been concerns over the convertibility of the Central African Franc in recent weeks. The currency is used by six countries in the CEMAC region. Arnold Dublin-Green, Senior Portfolio Manager at Ecobank joins CNBC Africa for more.

How attractive are Ghana’s banks?

Following the recent collapse of five banks in Ghana, Bank of Ghana governor Ernest Addison is adamant about the state of the banking industry as he revealed that the total assets in the country's banking sector were up 15.7 per cent as at the end of June. Arnold Dublin-Green, Portfolio Manager at Ecobank joins CNBC Africa to discuss the state of Ghana's banking sector.

West Africa economic outlook for 2018

West Africa economic outlook for 2018

Ghana to record first balance of trade surplus in 20 years – Report

Ghana to record first BOP surplus in 20 years - Report
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