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‘How the private sector can help realise the aspiration of the world’s largest single market’ is the central theme of the inaugural Global African Investment Summit COMESA & Government of Rwanda, taking place in September 2016.
What a week for global markets! Britain’s exit from the European Union caused markets worldwide to plunge on the news. In addition, Nigeria’s currency plunged by 31% to 288.85 naira against the US dollar on the newly-established interbank market last Monday. As a result, Nigerian stocks declined and have taken all five of the lowest […]
Although Nigerian stocks staged a strong come-back this week, it wasn’t enough to keep the Ai40 Index from slipping; losing some of the ground it has been gaining slowly over the past couple of months. The Index lost 1.08 points, or 1.11%, to close Friday on a value of 95.73, down from last week’s close […]
Johannesburg, South Africa; New York, USA; 17 June 2016: Africa investor (Ai), a leading international investment and communications group, today announced that a high-level contingent of African capital market leaders will speak at the 9th Ai CEO Institutional Investment Summit at NASDAQ in New York in September.
Cairo and Cape Town’s hotel markets have experienced strong performances over the past five years, according to figures from data and analytics specialist STR.
It was once again a poor week for Nigerian stocks – but a bumper one for South Africans – as the Index closed up slightly once again, this week by 0.94 points. This is a jump of 0.98% on last week’s value of 95.91 and the Index therefore closed the session on a value of […]
Club launches with music gig at Africa Energy Forum in London in June
London, UK, 1 June 2016: EnergyNet, the pioneering energy-focused organiser of forums and collaborations designed to facilitate investment into Africa’s power & industrial sectors, is launching the Off the Grid Club with the support of the Club’s founding members Shake Your Power, PowerTurtle […]