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Crude oil production rise Nigerian equities have reaped tremendous benefits from the new forex window that has been opened recently, as we had seen in the previous article.However, a major source of positivity for stocks of the country are the...
Nigerian equities have turned in a strong ascent thus far in 2017 with the MSCI Nigeria Index up 28% in YTD until June 13. However, its performance in the past three months has been decidedly more prominent as shown...
Nigerian equities have been riding high for quite some time now. The Nigerian Stock Exchange Main-Board Index has scaled to the 33,000 – a level not seen in the past 23 months.Outlined below are three broad reasons which have...
The goal of preparing for crude oil production by 2020 is providing a unique challenge to Uganda – in order to do so, they must first lay the groundwork to become a regional logistics hub for East Africa. We...
Uganda is sitting on a prospective goldmine. As outlined in the previous article, the country has joined the ranks of other African nations with sizable proven oil reserves – a potential panacea for its economic woes.Frist and foremost, the resource...
Uganda discovered significantly sized oil reserves in 2006, laying the groundwork for the nation to join ranks with the other major oil producing countries in Africa including Libya, Nigeria, Angola, and Algeria.According to President Yoweri Museveni, Uganda has 6.5 billion...
Boost to employment The expectation of increased revenues upon discovering oil beneath one’s feet is just one aspect of the many positives such an event can provide a nation.John Aglionby from Financial Times detailed the impact of the oil industry on...
Uganda has been making impressive strides towards national infrastructure development of late in order to attract outside investment, and to support it's burgeoning oil industry.To better understand the latter point, we need to look at the country's geographic layout more...
The South African government of President Jacob Zuma is engulfed in a corruption scandal, yet the country’s stock market is close to record levels. Equity investors should tread cautiously, says Bryony Deuchars. That corruption is a growing problem in South...
Valuations favor African REITs When looking at valuations for African REITs, as tracked by the FTSE/JSE Africa Real Estate Index, earnings potential for African REITs (real estate investment trusts) has been rising at a decent pace (as indicated by the...
South African REITs is trading at attractive prices South African REITs are the highest dividend yielding REITs, globally. With a 6.98% dividend yield against an average of 4.24% offered by US REITs, and 3.53% on offer globally (ex-US); South Africa...
South African REITs are defying the new normal When it comes to yields, we all obviously seek more. Especially now, with the majority of the developed world (EFA) (VEA) at low or dismal yields, yield-thirsty investors are increasingly looking for high-dividend...

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