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Nigeria: Nigeria, S'africa, Kenya, Plan More ETF Cross-Listings

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[Independent (Lagos)] Lagos -Nigeria, South Africa, and Kenya are planning to cross-list more exchange-traded funds (ETFs) on their stock markets to boost liquidity of the securities, Tamsin Freemantle, business development manager of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) has disclosed.

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Africa: Africa - Potential Market for Technology Companies

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[Namibia Economist] The world's leading logistics service provider, held its 5th annual Global Technology conference in Dubai last month, featuring a number of key sessions on doing business in Africa.

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Africa: Africa - Potential Market for Technology Companies

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[Namibia Economist] The world's leading logistics service provider, held its 5th annual Global Technology conference in Dubai last month, featuring a number of key sessions on doing business in Africa.

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Namibia: Weatherly Resumes Trading On Aim

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[Namibia Economist] Shares in Weatherly International began trading on AIM again on Monday this week after a three-month suspension. AIM is the development component of the London Stock Exchange.

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Namibia: Weatherly Resumes Trading On Aim

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Posted by admin 9 days ago (http://allafrica.com)
[Namibia Economist] Shares in Weatherly International began trading on AIM again on Monday this week after a three-month suspension. AIM is the development component of the London Stock Exchange.

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Rwanda: Commodity Prices Expected to Rise Further in Coming Weeks

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[New Times] Shoppers in Kigali will have to dig deeper into their pockets to buy some of the essential items following price increases for a range of commodities over the past four weeks.

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Rwanda: Commodity Prices Expected to Rise Further in Coming Weeks

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Posted by admin 9 days ago (http://allafrica.com)
[New Times] Shoppers in Kigali will have to dig deeper into their pockets to buy some of the essential items following price increases for a range of commodities over the past four weeks.

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Nigeria: Banks Paid N145.5 Billion Into AMCON's Sinking Fund in 2014

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[Daily Trust] Lagos -Fifteen quoted banks on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) have paid N145.5 billion as banking sector resolution cost fund, otherwise called sinking fund, into the coffers of the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) in 2014.

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