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Archive for February, 2014
Inching slowly upwards, the Ai40 Index recorded a second-straight week in positive territory, gaining a slight but important 0.31 points, or 0.26%, to close the week at a value of 116.49, up from last week’s value of 116.18. This was despite a very poor week from beleaguered brewery Guinness Nigeria, which saw a second consecutive […]
After last week’s slight crash, the Ai40 Index made a slight return as it closed the week on 116.18 – a minimal increase but an increase nonetheless. This value takes the Index up 0.15%, or 0.18 points, from last week’s value of 116.00, thanks to impressive displays from South Africa’s mining stocks.
In the two weeks from 27 January, the Index has unfortunately taken another tumble. Despite several weeks playing above the 120 mark, the Index has now come crashing down to sit squarely on 116.00. This disappointing display brings the Index down 4.06 points from last week’s value of 120.06; a loss of 3.38%.
Cape Town, South Africa; 4 February 2014: Africa investor (Ai) magazine, a member of the Africa investor Group, is the leading international African investment newsstand magazine for global investment decision-makers.
The Ai40 Index ended January on a slightly negative note. Although still hovering above the 120 mark, by Friday the 24th of January, the Index lost 0.56 points, or 0.46%, to close on a value of 120.06 – down from the previous week’s value of 120.66. Banks, breweries and building materials were responsible for this […]