Category archives for: Capital Market

African Equity Capital Market Transaction Volume and Value Improved

Johannesburg, South Africa, March 6, 2018/ — African equity capital market transaction volume and value improved in 2017 over 2016.

How To Spend Wisely In A Downturn Economy

March 3, 2018//-The current economic downturn has seen many Nigerians going through all manners of hardship especially in the area of financial challenges owing to loss of jobs, high rate of inflation, weakening Naira value, high foreign exchange rate, among others.

European Bank Issues $1.5 Billion Global Benchmark Bond

March 2, 2018//-The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) launched and priced a new US$1.5 billion 5-year Global benchmark transaction due 7 March 2023.

Does South Africa Really Need a Stronger Rand?

March 1, 2018//-South Africa’s new president calls the current optimism experienced in the country as “a new dawn.”

Ghana Becomes AFC’s Sovereign Shareholder

Lagos, Nigeria, March 1, 2018//-The Government of Ghana has also committed to invest a further US$40 million in the Corporation (AFC), representing the second tranche of its U$50 million commitment to purchase AFC equity.

African Stock Markets Show Strong Performance

February 26, 2018//-Overall a good week on African markets with the majority of the markets showing strong performance. Namibia is the top performer.

Ghana to Issue Another $2 Billion Eurobond in March

Accra, February 21, 2018//-Ghana’s Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta, has confirmed government could issue up to $2 billion Eurobond by end of March this year.

Good Performance of African Markets

The week is good in the African markets with most of the markets posting strong performances. The Namibian Stock Exchange finished first. 

Ghana Stock Exchange Posts Impressive Performance

Accra, February 14, 2018//-The Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE) exchange recorded a much higher trading activity in 2017 than in 2016 in both the equity and fixed income market, the Managing Director of the GSE,  Kofi Yamoah said.

African Stock Markets Experienced Mixed Performance

January 29, 2018//-It was a mixed performance on African markets this week with NGSE leading the weak performers as hints of political tensions are entering the economic debate.

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