Tag: Chinedu Anozia

NSE all-share index down 0.37%: A wrap of Nigeria’s markets

Chinedu Anozia, CEO of AUX Capital joins CNBC Africa to review today's trading session at the Nigerian equities market.

AUX Capital CEO Chinedu Anozia on how to grow Nigeria’s capital markets

The Nigerian Stock Exchange says total transactions at the bourse increased by 15.95 per cent from about 398 in August to about $461.50 million as at 30th September this year. To discuss this and for an outlook on the trading session for the rest of the week, Chinedu Anozia, CEO of AUX Capital joins CNBC Africa.

How Nigeria’s debt levels is impacting investor confidence: A review of Nigerian markets

Nigeria’s equities market resumed today’s trading session in green territory following three consecutive sessions of losses. For a preview of the Nigerian bourse today, Chinedu Anozia, CEO of AUX Capital joins CNBC Africa for more.

Nigerian equities sustain bullish run: What does this mean for investment?

Nigeria’s equities market sustained its bullish run from Wednesday’s session, supported by gains from market heavyweights. To review today’s trading session, CEO of AUX Capital, Chinedu Anozia joins CNBC Africa for more.

Oando: SEC’s cancellation of AGM not in our best interest

Minority Shareholders of Oando have criticised Nigeria’s Securities and Exchange Commission over the cancellation of the company’s 2018 Annual General Meeting which was slated for the 11th of June. Chinedu Anozia, CEO of AUX Capital joins CNBC Africa for more.

Nigeria banking index down 1.8% after CBN fines banks over MTN

The NSE Banking Index fell 1.8 per cent on Thursday after the Central Bank of Nigeria fined four banks for violation of Nigeria's forex regulations in repatriating MTN Nigeria’s funds. Chinedu Anozia, Chief Executive of Aux Capital joins CNBC Africa to discuss how this news has impacted trade in Nigeria’s banking stocks.

Rights issues on the Nigerian Stock Exchange

Rights issues on the Nigerian Stock Exchange

Union Bank of Nigeria’s N50bn rights issue opens for subscription

Union Bank of Nigeria's N50bn rights issue opens for subscription
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