Friday , November 27 2020

African Markets – Factors to be followed on November 8



                NAIROBI, November 8 (Reuters) - The company announcements, planned economic
indicators, debt and foreign exchange market movements and political events may affect African markets
Thursday.
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GLOBAL MARKET
Asian stocks rose to one-month high on Thursday
investors cross the US range
elections without major political surprises
Wall Street rally, dollar leaped and withdrew
Lowest 2-1 / 2 weeks.
WORLD OIL PRICES
Oil prices regressed as US crude oil output on Thursday
Increased concerns of the return of global over-supply,
Conversations in OPEC where production borders can be spoken
It becomes necessary once again to avoid a glut.


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AFRICAN SURGERY
Kenyan chill was stable against the dollar
Wednesday Diaspora supported by money transfers
importers of oil and merchant, low demand from merchants
I said.
SOUTH AFRICA MARKET
South Africa opens fire against weak dollar
Congress held on Wednesday after the US elections
lower the chances of increasing any large US fiscal policy
soon.
NIGERIA SHAREHOLDERS 'EQUITY
Nigeria will break a drought 4-year drought next week
Skyway Aviation Transport Company when market listings
(SAHCO), first time
Nigerian Stock Exchange.
GANA COCOA
African Development Bank (AFDB)
$ 600 million loan package for Ghana's cocoa regulator,
Cocobod which will allow you to build in this warehouse
stock the raw material and protect against price decreases,
the head of the bank said.
GANA CRUDE
Ghana approves state-owned GOIL
Exxon Mobile's minority local partner for deep water
offshore oilfield, Energy Minister Peter Amewu said
Wednesday.
BURUNDI STOCK EXCHANGE
Burundi plans to establish a stock market before.
At the end of this year,
slowdown in commercial bank loans, a high-level central bank
said authoritative.


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