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Kenya: Obama's Visit Fails to Instantly Excite the Market

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[The Star] The Nairobi All Share eased 0.10 per cent to close at 153.02 points.

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Kenya: Obama's Visit Fails to Instantly Excite the Market

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Posted by admin 5 days ago (http://allafrica.com)
[The Star] The Nairobi All Share eased 0.10 per cent to close at 153.02 points.

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Kenya: Obama's Visit Fails to Instantly Excite the Market

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Posted by admin 5 days ago (http://allafrica.com)
[The Star] The Nairobi All Share eased 0.10 per cent to close at 153.02 points.

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Kenya: Obama's Visit Fails to Instantly Excite the Market

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Posted by admin 5 days ago (http://allafrica.com)
[The Star] The Nairobi All Share eased 0.10 per cent to close at 153.02 points.

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Uganda: Uganda Share Trading Goes Online

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[EA Business] Kampala -The Uganda Securities Exchange (USE) has switched to the Automated Trading System (ATS) from the Open yelling form of trading used previously.

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Nigeria: Dangote Cement, 27 Others Raise Equities Value

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Posted by admin 6 days ago (http://allafrica.com)
[Daily Trust] Lagos -Transactions in the equity segment of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) end the week on positive trend with N29 billion gains.

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Nigeria: Dangote Cement, 27 Others Raise Equities Value

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Posted by admin 6 days ago (http://allafrica.com)
[Daily Trust] Lagos -Transactions in the equity segment of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) end the week on positive trend with N29 billion gains.

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Nigeria: Dangote Cement, 27 Others Raise Equities Value

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Posted by admin 6 days ago (http://allafrica.com)
[Daily Trust] Lagos -Transactions in the equity segment of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) end the week on positive trend with N29 billion gains.

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