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Huntington Ingalls Industries – Hot or Not

Huntington Ingalls Industries (NYSE:HII) designs, constructs, repairs and maintains nuclear-powered ships for the United States Navy. It has a market cap of $8.2 billion, a PE ratio of 15.7 and a dividend yield of 1.3 per cent. Guest Rowan Williams from Nitrogen Fund Managers and resident expert Paul Theron from Vestact decide whether Huntington Ingalls Industries is hot or not.

United Technologies Corp – Hot or Not

United Technologies Corp (NYSE:UTC) manufactures aircraft engines, aerospace systems, aircon units, and elevators and escalators. It has a market cap of $97.3 billion, a PE ratio of 18.94 and a dividend yield of 2.30 per cent. Guest Rowan Williams from Nitrogen Fund Managers and resident expert Paul Theron from Vestact decide whether United Technologies Corp is hot or not

Maximising the opportunity of Africa’s future youth population

Maximising the opportunity of Africa's future youth population

Nigeria to issue its sovereign sukuk bond

Nigeria to issue its sovereign sukuk bond

The plight of refugees in SA

The plight of refugees in SA

Standard Bank, Feenix Trust launch crowdfunding initiative for students

Standard Bank, Feenix Trust launch crowdfunding initiative for students

Mkhwebane’s proposed changes to the constitution raise alarm

Mkhwebane's proposed changes to the constitution raise alarm

Business Leadership South Africa appoints Bonang Mohale as CEO

Business Leadership South Africa appoints Bonang Mohale as CEO

Phoenix Private Wealth’s outlook for global tech stocks

Phoenix Private Wealth's outlook for global tech stocks

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How COVID-19 impacts access to sustainable energy in SSA

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Nigeria’s MPC cuts benchmark rate to 12.5%

In a surprise move, Nigeria Monetary Policy Committee cut its main policy rate by 100 basis points to 12.5 per cent and maintained other parameters constant in its third meeting of the year. Bismarck Rewane, CEO of Financial Derivatives and Muda Yusuf, Director-General of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry joined CNBC Africa’s Wole Famurewa for a post-analysis of this decision....

How will MPC’S 100bps rate cut impact equities?

Following Nigeria’s Monetary Policy Committee's decision to cut the benchmark interest rate to 12.5 per cent, Ahmed Jinad a Research Analyst at Meristem Securities joins CNBC Africa to discuss the implication of this move on Nigeria’s equities market....