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Nigeria’s SEC rally support further extension of trading hours to allow foreign investors adequate participation

Peter OBIORA investadvocate Lagos (INVESTADVOCATE)-Nigeria’s Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has rallied support for further extension of trading hours on the Floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) affirming that… Read more »

Oil prices top $110 for first time since 2008

LONDON (AFP) – Oil prices topped $110 on Wednesday for the first time since early September 2008 after news that a Libyan fighter pilot had disobeyed orders to bomb opposition… Read more »

I H S Nigeria Plc: Equity Investment with International Finance Corporation

By investadvocate Feb 17 2011 19.59 GMT Lagos (INVESTADVOCATE) The company has notified The Exchange that it has concluded agreement with Investec Asset Management (via its African private equity funds) the International… Read more »

Derivatives revenue climbed by 14%

ByAgency Reporter Wednesday, 16 Feb 2011 NYSE Euronext said last week that derivatives revenue climbed by 14 per cent in 2010, while cash equities fell by 10 per cent. By… Read more »

Africa set to outperform stronger markets – Report

ByUdeme Ekwere Monday, 31 Jan 2011 The performance of African capital markets is set to overtake that of more developed markets, a report has said. G4 markets Brazil, Germany, India… Read more »

Africa set to outperform stronger markets – Report

ByUdeme Ekwere Monday, 31 Jan 2011 The performance of African capital markets is set to overtake that of more developed markets, a report has said. G4 markets Brazil, Germany, India… Read more »

Greece approves austerity budget amid new strike

By Agency Reporter Friday, 24 Dec 2010 ATHENS: The Greek parliament has approved the country’s 2011 budget, bringing in sweeping austerity measures, according to a British Broadcasting Corporation report on Thursday…. Read more »

Nigeria spending raises instability fears

By Tom Burgis in Lagos December 16 2010 Heavy election-season spending in Nigeria risks exposing sub-Saharan Africa’s biggest oil producer to economic instability and potentially a currency shock, senior officials… Read more »

Samsung, LG win Chinese approval to build LCD plants

By Agency Reporter Saturday, 4 Dec 2010 SEOUL: Samsung Electronics Company and LG Display Company, the world’s two biggest makers of liquid-crystal displays, said they received the Chinese government’s approval to… Read more »

Nigeria’s Exchange to commence extension of trading hours Dec’ 06 2010

By Peter OBIORA investadvocate Dec 03 2010 16.30 GMT Lagos (INVESTADVOCATE) – The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) would on Monday December 06 2010 commence the extension of trading hours on… Read more »

 

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