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Nigeria market watch: Bears tighten grip for 3rd session

The NSE All-Share Index was down for the third consecutive session this week as major indices closed in the red. Chukwuebuka Agulule, a Research Analyst at Mersitem Securities joins CNBC Africa’s Esther Awoniyi for a look at what stocks moved the market today.

United Capital sees positive outlook for Nigerian equities in H2

United Capital says the only way is up for the equities market in the second half of the year, as they believe the market remains undervalued compared to emerging markets and frontier market peers. Wale Olusi, Head of Research at United Capital joins CNBC Africa for more.

MTN Nigeria completes N100bn debut commercial paper issuance

MTN Nigeria has completed its debut 100 billion Naira Series one and two commercial paper issuance which was 400 per cent subscribed by investors. Modupe Kadri, Chief Financial Officer of MTN Nigeria joins me to share more details on the issuance.

CBN to make forex available for activities boosting the economy

The Central Bank of Nigeria says it will make forex available for activities that would boost the economy and generate jobs. Chamberlain Peterside, CEO of Xcellon Capital Advisors joins CNBC Africa to discuss this and other headlines making the rounds in Nigeria.

Brent set for weekly gain of 15%

Brent crude futures are on track for a weekly gain of 15 per cent, Femi Ojumu, a Senior Partner at Femi Ojumu & Co. joins CNBC Africa to discuss the dynamics impacting oil prices and how it impacts Nigeria.

Oscar Onyema on the NSE’s response to COVID-19

The Nigerian Stock Exchange published guidance for virtual board, committee, and management meetings for stakeholders as the world grapples with the COVID-19 outbreak. Oscar Onyema, CEO of the NSE joins CNBC Africa to discuss how the NSE has been responding to the pandemic.

Kairos Capital on IMF’s Africa COVID-19 strategy & Nigeria’s economic outlook

As countries across Africa source intervention funds to battle the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, with Nigeria’s economy especially taking a hit from falling oil prices and local currency devaluation, Sam Chidoka, Managing Director and CEO of Kairos Capital joins CNBC Africa to discuss how these events are impacting Nigeria's economy.

Moody’s affirms Nigeria’s B2 ratings, maintains negative outlook

Moody’s says the rapid and widening spread of the coronavirus outbreak and related oil price shocks are creating an unprecedented credit shock across a wide range of regions and markets adding that for Nigeria, these shocks has amplified existing credit vulnerabilities both over the immediate and longer term. Aurelien Mali, Vice President and Sovereign Analyst at Moody’s joins CNBC Africa for more.
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