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Africa investor (Ai) Group, is an Investment Banking oriented Advisory Firm, which also supplies a broad range of investment data, research, broadcast and published content to a growing number of international investors with interests in Africa.
Africa investor (Ai) Capital is the principal investment arm of Africa investor and runs the Group’s Search Fund, which provides Origination Services to Fund Managers, Institutional Investors and Development Finance Institutions seeking investable transactions and partners in Africa.
Africa investor (Ai) Business Media, publishes Africa investor magazine, the leading international magazine for Africa's investment decision makers (published in English and Chinese); maintains the prestigious Africa investor (Ai) 100 Index Series (Africa’s Dow Jones), and hosts Ai CEO Investment Roundtables on Infrastructure, Capital Markets, Agribusiness & Tourism investment opportunities.
Archive for June, 2014
Saudi Arabia, 24 June 2014: Africa investor (Ai), a leading international investment and communications group, yesterday moderated a panel at the Islamic Development Bank’s (IDB) annual meeting in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, which reviewed the IDB’s US $12 billion infrastructure and sustainable investment programme for Africa.
June was a month of gains for the Ai40 Investor’s Index. Friday’s close saw the Index settle on 128.75, a gain of 2.36 points, or 1.86% over last week’s close of 126.39. If we compare this figure with a year ago, when the Index stood at 108.85 at 1 July 2013, we can see a […]
The Ai40 Index was up for the third straight week, moving 0.29 points in positive territory. This is a gain of 0.22% over last week’s value of 126.10, closing Friday comfortably on 126.39. The Index was helped by healthy gains by the three ‘Anglos’: Anglo American, Anglo Platinum and AngloGold Ashanti.
It was a disappointing week for the Ai40 Index as it dipped below the 126 mark after two weeks above it. A large dip from Vodafone Egypt saw the Index lose 1.86 points, or 1.47%, to close the week on a value of 124.55, down from last week’s 126.41.
It was a second-straight week above the 126-mark for the Ai40 Index. Thanks to some good performances from Nigeria’s banks, the Index gained 0.39 points, up from a value of 126.02 last week, to hit a close of 126.41 points. This is a slight gain of 0.3%, but a gain nonetheless.