Tag: United Bank for Africa

COVID-19 is the perfect opportunity to ‘reset’ Africa – UBA Chairman Tony Elumelu

At a Roundtable discussion on Wednesday made up of several African leaders, organised by the New York Forum Institute, Chairman of the United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc Tony Elumelu stated that the global COVID-19 pandemic presents an opportunity to ‘reset’ the African continent.

UBA’s Bankole Odusanya breaks down Nigeria’s bond auction

Bankole Odusanya, Head of Fixed Income Trading at United Bank for Africa (UBA) joins CNBC Africa to discuss investors’ response to bond auction by Nigeria’s Debt Management Office.

More buyers selling to generate liquidity: Nigerian market review

Traders say trading activities in the Fixed Income space has been mixed as market players were either buying to rebuild their positions, profit taking or selling to create liquidity. Nkechi Ezugha, Forex Trader at United Bank for Africa (UBA) joins CNBC Africa for a wrap of the money markets activities.

Nigerian money markets: Bearish sentiment prevails on system illiquidity

Following today’s 225.4 Treasury bills Primary Market Auction, Bankole Odusanya, Head of Fixed Income Trading at United Bank for Africa (UBA) joins CNBC Africa to take stock of today’s trading at Nigeria’s fixed income and forex market.

NSE ends week in negative territory

Chuka Nwachukwu, Fixed Income Trader at UBA joins CNBC Africa for a recap of activities that shaped Nigeria’s fixed income market.

T-bills bearish on profit taking: A look at Nigerian markets

Trader says trading activities in Nigeria’s T-bills secondary market did not commence the week on an active note, though bearish sentiments prevailed overall for profit-taking reasons. Emmanuel Mordi, Currency Trader at United Bank for Africa (UBA) joins CNBC Africa for a focus on Nigeria’s money market.

Assessing Nigeria’s external borrowing plan: Nigeria’s money market

Nigeria’s President, Muhammadu Buhari re-sent the 2016-2018 external borrowing plan to the National Assembly for consideration and approval. President Buhari is requesting the approval to borrow $29.96 billion. Bankole Odusanya, Head of Fixed Income Trading at United Bank for Africa (UBA) joins CNBC Africa for a focus on Nigeria’s money market.

Nigeria’s external reserves dip below $40bn

At $39.87 billion, traders say Nigeria’s external reserves have crossed the psychological level of $40 billion dollars for the first time this year. Forex Trader at United Bank for Africa (UBA), Nkechi Ezugha joins CNBC Africa for more.
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