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Archive for November, 2016
It was yet another rocky session for the Ai40 Index as it dropped in value for the third week in a row. Africa’s “big three” – South Africa, Nigeria and Egypt – featured heavily in both the gainers and losers lists and this held true for banking, telecoms and mining stocks. The index closed the […]
The Ai40 Index continued on a downward trend following Friday’s close. Just over a fortnight after the Egyptian Central Bank devalued the country’s currency, equities from the North African country have recovered to dominate the gainers list. Conversely, South Africa mining stocks took a blow this session. The index closed slightly lower and lost 0.09 […]
The commentary this week will be slightly different as we take a step back to view the Ai40 index over a longer time period of three weeks, in order to get a high-level view of the index’s movements.
Over this period, the Ai40 Index dropped in value and this downward trend was particularly influenced by a […]
This week the Ai40 Index was indeed a mixed bag as equities from across the continent (and across a wide variety of sectors) featured in both the biggest gainers and losers lists. However, Nigerian stocks fared the worst as they composed the bulk of the losers list for the session.