Tag: Nigerian Equities market

The future of Nigeria’s telecoms sector

Airtel Africa says it intends to list its shares on the Nigerian Stock Exchange at the same time as the London Listing. Airtel Africa.

Nigerian equities dip as negative sentiment persists

Nigeria’s equities market continued its negative start of the week, extending losses from Monday. Dare Fajimolu, Chief Research Officer at Blue Vertex joins CNBC Africa for more.

Nigeria’s fixed income and forex market review

Nigeria's May inflation figures grew by 11.40 per cent year-on-year from 11.37 per cent in April. Chioma Udu, Forex Dealer at GT Bank joins me to discuss this and other stories impacting Nigeria’s fixed income and forex market so far this week.

Nigeria’s All-Share Index starts week in the red

Market bellwethers Dangote Cement and MTN Nigeria led Monday's decline as Nigeria's equities market started the week in the red. Jolomi Odonghanro, Head of Research at Cordros Capital joins CNBC Africa for more.

NSE top gainers & losers for the week: GT Bank, MTN Nigeria, Dangote Cement

Nigeria’s equities market closed negative last week as the All-Share Index shed 1.3 per cent week-on-week. Ifedayo Olowoporoku, Analyst at Vetiva joins CNBC Africa for more.

G20 Osaka Summit seek to resolve global trade spats & oil prices

The G20 Osaka Summit later this month will offer the world's top economies an opportunity to meet and possibly make headway on the current trade tensions. Gbite Oduneye, CEO of A O A Investment Group joins CNBC Africa to discuss how geopolitical tensions are impacting oil and global markets.

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’s SEC sets up interim management team for Oando

Oando’s shares are down 9.5 per cent today. This comes as Nigeria's Securities and Exchange Commission announced that it has set up an interim management team to oversee the company and conduct an Extraordinary General meeting to appoint new directors before the 1st of July. Baba Ibrahim, Managing Director of Mainstreet Securities joins CNBC Africa to discuss this and other stories impacting Nigeria's equities market.
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