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Nigeria: What Federal Government's Savings Bond Means to Nigerians


 | Source: Daily Trust; All Africa

The bond is part of the Federal Government's programme to encourage small savers earn more income (interest) when compared to their savings accounts with banks.

Swaziland: Government pressing to add depth and liquidity to stock market


The nation is in the process of reorganizing the stock market in a bid to trigger greater efficiencies

Afreximbank secures $450m credit facility from AfDB


The $450million credit facility includes a 3-year $150 million unfunded risk participation agreement or guarantees and a 4-year $300 million for trade finance.

South Sudan joins African export-import bank


The nation which is the youngest sovereign nation in the world joined the trade finance multilateral institution as a participating state.

Egypt: EGX, ALEXBANK sign MoU


The MoU will support SMEs growth by facilitating access to capital.

Nasdaq Dubai and Bourse de Tunis sign MoU


The MoU will promote Islamic capital markets products and initiatives.

Dollars inflow increased after currency float says Egypt Central Bank


After floating EGP, forex inflows to the equity and debt markets have been growing.

AFC carries Out $150m Sukuk Transaction On Nasdaq Dubai


This is the first US dollar Sukuk to be issued by an African multilateral institution

Kenya: Pension schemes get go ahead to invest in derivatives


Pension schemes can now invest in all exchange traded derivatives and Reits.

Nigeria to raise $300 million diaspora bond


The bond is expected to be issued by June 2017 and mature for a period of five to seven years.

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