The oil market is focused on OPEC’s meeting come Thursday and Friday this week as major producers have moved closer to an agreement to enact deeper output cuts to offset the decline demand attributed to the coronavirus outbreak. Olumide Ibikunle, Senior Analyst at Meristem Securities joins CNBC Africa discuss this and unpack 2019 earnings from some oil companies in Nigeria….
Shares in South African petrochemicals group Sasol surged nearly 30% on Friday as a recovery in oil prices sparked buying of the stock, which was pummelled in the previous session.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Thursday said it will be working closely with the Nigerian authorities in the coming days to assess any vulnerabilities which may be exposed by the sharp decline in crude prices, as Nigerian and Angolan dollar bonds sank to record lows.
Plummeting oil prices and a continued surge in global coronavirus cases has caused markets around the world to nosedive today, with Nigeria confirming its second case of COVID-19 in the country. Traders say they expect the movement in the price of Brent crude to guide demand in the bond space. Victor Aluyi joins CNBC Africa to discuss the impact on Nigeria's fixed income and FX Markets.
Global markets are in the red and the rand tanks on the back of the oil price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia as well as the developments of the Covid-19 virus. Joining CNBC Africa for more is Han Tan, Market Analyst at FXTM and Andre Cilliers, Currency Risk Specialist and Director at TreasuryONE....
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In 2006, little known economics professor Nouriel Roubini warned that the US housing market was at risk of collapsing. Fast forward two years and it did, triggering the global financial crisis. Roubini, now known is Dr Doom is forecasting another economic depression, contradicting the consensus view the recovery from Covid-19 will be V-shaped. Dr Adrian Saville, CEO of Cannon Asset Managers joins CNBC Africa for more.
With students working from home, companies across industries forced to move online and video conferencing services being more utilized now than ever; broadband, WiFi and mobile data capacity seems to be getting tested like never before. So can internet service providers stand up to the test? Robert Nkeramugaba, Senior Network Operations Manager, BSC joins CNBC Africa for more.
In Uganda, according to president Yoweri Museveni, the country will go ahead with its plan to re-open the country despite recording more than 150 Covid-19 cases in three days. Moreover, European Union gives Uganda about $198 million to fund coronavirus response. CNBC Africa spoke to Qatahar Raymond Mujuni, a journalist for more.
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