The B&M Weekly Africa Markets Report
The B&M Weekly Africa Markets Report© is a summary of key political, economic, social, and security risks impacting the cities, states, countries, regions, sectors, and companies represented in the pan-Africa Dow Jones Africa Titans 50 Index, which measures the stock performance of the continent’s leading publicly-traded companies. Available for weekly subscription or one-time purchase, the report can also be adapted to cover companies not listed in the DJ Index. Published every Monday.
What it Covers
The report keeps readers abreast of notable developments at the intersection of politics and investment in Africa. Featuring continuous analysis from week-to-week, each report contains the following: brief descriptions of political, economic, social or security risk developments; concise analyses of the implications of these events for companies in the Dow Jones Africa Titans 50 Index; short-term and long-term outlook statements; and a summary of trends to watch for the next week.
About the Dow Jones Africa Titans 50 Index
The Dow Jones Africa Titans 50 Index consists of stocks traded on domestic exchanges in South Africa, Egypt, Nigeria, Morocco and Kenya, as well as companies trading on international exchanges that generate the majority of their revenues in Africa. The 50 stocks in the index must have a minimum market capitalization of $200 million and a minimum three-month average daily trading volume of $1 million.
The free online weekly reports are a mere sampling of our more extensive coverage of the 50 securities listed in the Dow Jones Africa Titans 50 Index. To subscribe to or purchase our extensive coverage of the index, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 512-743-6294.
Dubai Debt Crisis Threatens Egypt; Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) Announcement Calms Markets
IMF Finds Moroccan Economy "Sound" and "Resilient"; Moroccan Government Launches Stimulus Measures
- Week Ending Friday Dec. 4, 2009
South Africa Announces End of Recession; Interest Rate Unchanged
South African Parliament Lowers Interconnection Fees; MTN Staff Reductions
- Week Ending Friday Nov. 27, 2009
EU Gives Nigeria $1 Billion to Tackle Corruption and Promote Peace
South African Reserve Bank Maintains 7% Interest Rates; Declines to Intervene to Devalue the Rand
Ghana to Double Mining Royalties
- Week Ending Friday Nov. 20, 2009
Muslim Brotherhood Will Not Bid for Presidency
President Jacob Zuma Declares ANC Not Hijacked by the Left
- Week Ending Friday Oct. 30, 2009
MEND Announces New Ceasefire
Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to Bar Local Banks from Acquiring More than 20% of Banking Sector
- Week Ending Friday Oct. 23, 2009
South African Parliament Calls for Telecoms to Lower Interconnection Fees
Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Announces Plans to Acquire Shares in Bailed-Out Banks
- Week Ending Friday Oct. 16, 2009
African National Congress Youth League President Calls for Nationalization of Mines
MEND Announces End to Ceasefire
- Week Ending Friday Oct. 9, 2009
MTN and Bharti Airtel Call Off Merger Plans
Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Bails Out Four More Banks
- Week Ending Friday Oct. 2, 2009
South African Government Sends High Officials to India to Discuss MTN-Bharta Airtel Merger
More Nigerian Banks to be Bailed Out?
- Week Ending Friday, Sept. 25, 2009
MEND Ends and Then Extends Ceasefire
Nigerian Central Bank Reassures Shareholders on Bank Bailout Plans
The DRC Cancels First Quantum’s Kolwezi Mining Contract
- Week Ending Friday, Sept. 18, 2009
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