Nigerian equities extend gains for third straight day

Nigeria’s equities market extended gains from the last two sessions largely supported by the oil & gas and consumer goods stocks. Muktar Mohammed, Analyst at Assar Investments joins CNBC Africa’s Wole Famurewa for more.

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The property sector has faced headwinds and uncertainty, caused by COVID-19. However, Growthpoint has decided to go ahead with a final dividend of 40c per share for the year to ended June. This is to meet requirements to retain its status as a Real Estate Investment Trust. The total dividend for the year will amount to 146 cents per share. And shareholders will be entitled to re-invest the net cash dividend, in return for Growthpoint shares. Growthpoint CEO, Estienne de Klerk joins CNBC Africa for more.

DTB vs HAM: How the case impacts Uganda’s banking system

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