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DEFENSIVE INVESTMENT STRATEGY
One way of minimising the risk of losing majority or all of your investment capital is to share your capital between fixed income instruments such as treasury bonds and corporate bonds and equity investments.

The best strategy is to split it into 50% each or investment not more than 75% in one of them.
Sarwa Capital is said to be listed on the Egyptian Stock Exchange by the end of the third quarter (Q3) this year.

https://dailynewsegypt.com/2018/05/28/sarwa-capital-to-list-on-egx-by-end-q3/

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Operating as usual

12/09/2021
12/09/2021

Bulletin Officiel de la cote - BRVM
10 Septembre 2021

Bulletin Officiel de la cote - BRVM
10 Septembre 2021

02/11/2020

South African telecommunication giant is to sell its stake in the largest ecommerce firm in Africa with a proceed of about $142.31 million dollars.

01/11/2020

Egyptian Sovereign green bonds listed at 5.25% with a of US$750m for 5 year.

16/05/2020

GHIPSS take it to the next level as Ghana launched on March 25, 2020 a universal QR Code.

Ghana Interbank Payment and Settlement Systems (GhIPSS), a wholly owned subsidiary of the Bank of Ghana, has been working with HPS to help Ghana in the quest of becoming a cashless society. This enables smart phones and non-smart phones users to transact among themselves using different payment platforms.

Africa has a lot to offer, just open your mind and be ready to do a fair and equitable business.

10/05/2020

Notre ambition est votre satisfaction

14/04/2020

Monetary Policy Committee cut the repo rate by 100 basis points.

The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the South African Reserve Bank decided to cut the repo rate (interest rate) by 100 basis points. This takes the repo rate to 4.25% per annum.

La Banque Centrale Sud-africaine, a réduit son taux directeur de 100 point, ce qui ramène le taux à 4,25%. Cette décision a été prise par la banque pour réduire l'impact de Covid-19 sur l'économie en réduisant le taux d'emprunts sur le marché.

05/04/2020

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It is time for the African Union to establish an institution focused on medical research. This will help to standardise and control local drugs production industry and the amount of imported drugs on our market. The institution will also help us develop vaccines instead of waiting for others to always develop them.

About 80% of the population on the continent rely on public health facilities, which, are also suffering chronic shortages of critical drugs. The reason of these shortages could be explained by the high cost of imported medical products and also the poor state of local drugs production facilities and other infrastructure issues.
We import about 70% of our pharmaceutical products, majority of which could be provided internally by South Africa, Morocco, Egypt, Tunisia, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria and Tanzania.

It's possible to cut down this expensive import by putting in place measures and policy guidance to help develop local food and drugs industry and also investing in a friendly transportation network and medical centres.

08/03/2020

No deal between OPEC and Russia.

OPEC proposal for an additional output cut of 1.5 million barrels to the end of the year was turned down by Russia.

06/03/2020

Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to cut oil output as prices fell further below $50 a barrel on Friday, approaching the lowest level in three years. Talks undergoing between Opec and Russia in Vienna over how to respond to the coronavirus outbreak.

22/02/2020

The industrialisation of the African continent requires a strong and stable power supply. Hence my question, how do we build efficient energy supply system across Africa?

Do we have to appeal to the private sector to save our power sector?

22/02/2020

Land reform plans to be pursued in South Africa.

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has reaffirmed the government commitment to press ahead with plans to distribute more land to the black majority in an orderly fashion, in order correct the injustice that dates back to apartheid rule.

This is paramount to the reduction of the gap between the rich minority and the poor majority. It will help in reducing inequality and the redistribution of the nation's wealth.

17/12/2019

Bank Of Ghana needs to take drastic measures about the high lending rate by commercial banks.

It's counterproductive and efficient that banks still extend loan to SMEs at high rate despite lower and stable monetary policy rate.

10/11/2019

L'union africaine et la banque africaine de développement doivent mettre en place une politique de financement des usines d'imprimerie de billets et pièces d'argent en Afrique.

L'indépendance politique sans indépendance économique est tout simplement du néocolonialisme.

20/10/2019

LA CRÉATION D'ENTREPRISE AU MALI

Les formalités administratives de création d'entreprise par le guichet unique au sein de l'Agence pour la Promotion des Investissements, sont définies par la loi du 13 Mai 2008. Le décret a été modifié en conseil des ministres du Mercredi 06 Mai 2009 en y intégrant la possibilité d'accomplir les procédures de création d'entreprise en 72 heures.

Les documents préalables:
1 - Extrait de casier judiciaire ou de déclaration sur l'honneur,

2 - Certificat de résistance pour les étrangers,

3- Ouvrir un compte bancaire,

4- Dépôt du capital social ou preuve de financement du capital initial (numéraire ou en nature),

5 - Signer les statuts devant le notaire.

La procédure après la constitution et dépôt des dossiers est là suivante:

+ Retrait du certificat RCCM

+ Retrait de la carte NINA

+ Retrait de la carte d'identification Fiscale.

+ Immatriculation à l'Institut National de Prévoyance Sociale (INPS).

Le frais de création de société

Société Anonyme (SA)
Notaire: 500 000F CFA
Guichet unique: 8 500F CFA
Total: 508 500F CFA

SARL, GIE, SNC, SCS, SUC/FIL
Notaire: 250 000F CFA
Guichet unique: 6000F CFA
Total: 256 000

L'État doit faire en sorte que les frais de création de société pour les jeunes entrepreneurs soient réduit voir à 50% des frais actuels.

Pour plus d'informations vous pouvez contacter le bureau de l'API Mali situé au Quartier du fleuve à Bamako.

Contact: +22320229525
Email: [email protected]

17/08/2019

The BOG urges Specialized Deposit taking Institutions to desist the practice of offering any facilitation/business development fees or some other payments to agents who assist in the mobilization of Wholesale Deposits, particularly from the public sector.

Source: Bank Of Ghana.

05/08/2019
21/07/2019

Kenya officially launched Africa’s largest wind power plant on Friday. The plant will cost $680 million, about KES70 billion.
The plant will add some additional 310 megawatts of renewable energy to the national grid of East Africa’s most dynamic economy. It will also help kenya to stabilise it's energy supply and reduce the high cost of electricity.

28/05/2019

Bank of Ghana has maintained it's MPC rate at 16% despite slight increases in inflation rate from 9.2% in February to 9.5% in April.

This decision was supported by others factors such a positive trade balance 1.28 billionas. April this year was USD 5.39 billion as against imports of USD 4.1 billion...

26/05/2019

The one market dream is becoming a reality.

The target market for the AFCFTA is $1.27 billion with an aggregate gross domestic product (GDP), ranging from $2.1 trillion to
$3.4 trillion or $6.7 trillion at Purchasing Power Parity terms (Bramdeo 2018).

In terms of investments and consumer spending, the AfCFTA is expected to attract an estimated $4 trillion (Azikiwe, 2018).

This trade agreement will help african industries to expend their businesses across the continent and increase their annual revenue significantly.

26/05/2019

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Kenya’s Equity Group Holdings to acquire stakes in banks in Rwanda, Zambia, Mozambique and Tanzania.

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26/05/2019

Government to offload shares of some state enterprises on Ghana stock exchange.

A big move that will encourage other companies to go public and make the market more competitive.

08/04/2019

BONDS VALUE AND INTEREST RATE

Bonds are securities that obligate the issuer to make specific payment to the holders. They are financial instruments that governments and corporations issue to borrow money.
Bonds are sold at a the face or par value and obligate the issuer the make periodic coupon payment the to the bondholders until maturity.

The value of the bond is the present value of the payments to be received by the bondholder. To get the value, you need to discount the cash flows by the current interest rate.

It is important to note that, when market interest rate exceeds the coupon rate, bonds sell for less than face value. When, the market interest rate is below the coupon rate, bonds sell for more than face value. In other words, when interest rate rises, the present value of the payment to be received by the bondholder falls and bond prices fall. Conversely, a decline in the interest rate increases the present value of those payment and results in a higher price. For example, if the bond coupon rate is 9% and the interest rate is 11%, no one would have been willing to hold them, but if, the coupon rate exceeds the 11%, say 13% everyone would rushed to sell their bonds and buy the 13%.

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07/04/2019

It is time for the African Union to put in place an institution with the purpose of medical research. This will help to standardise and control local drugs production industry and the amount of imported drugs on our market.

About 80% of the population on the continent rely on public health facilities, which, are also suffering chronic shortages of critical drugs. The reason of these shortages could be explained by the high cost of imported medical products and also the poor state of local drugs production facilities and other infrastructure issues.
We import about 70% of our pharmaceutical products, majority of which could be provided internally by South Africa, Morocco, Egypt, Tunisia, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria and Tanzania.

It's possible to cut down this expensive import by putting in place measures and policy guidance to help develop local food and drugs industry and also investing in a friendly transportation network and medical centres.

17/03/2019

The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT), a global cooperative utility and the world leading cross-border payments system provider has announced that Ghana will host it's African Regional Conference (ARC) from 18-20 Jun 2019.

The event will be gather over 500 leading financial services professionals from the African continent and beyond. The event opening speech will be given by the President of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Akufo-Addo. According to the entity, the event is also supported by the Bank of Ghana.

The theme for the conference is "Enabling the Digital Economy"

23/02/2019

Doing business on the stock exchange requires market participants to act trough their brokers. Therefore, investors have to open a brokerage account with a brokerage firm before undertaken any activity on the exchange.
A brokerage firm executes buying or selling order on behalf of its clients.

List of brokerage firm on Casablanca Stock exchange:
1. Alma finance group
WWW.almafinance.com

2. Attijari intermediation
WWW.attijariwafabank.com

3. BCME capital bourse
WWW.bmcecapitalbourse.com

4. BMCI bourse
WWW.bmcinet.com

5. Capital trust securities
WWW.capitaltrust.com

6. CDG capital bourse
WWW.Cdgcapital.com

7. CFG marches
WWW.cfgmorocco.com

8. Credit du Maroc capital
WWW.cdm.co.ma

9. Euro bourse
WWW.eurobourse.com

10. Finery bourse
WWW.finergy.ma

11. ICF al wassit
WWW.cpm.co.ma

12. Integra bourse
WWW.integrabourse.com

13. Maroc services intermediation
WWW.msin.ma

14. Sogécapital bourse
WWW.sgmaroc.com

15. Upline securities
WWW.uplinegroup.ma

16. Wafa bourse
WWW.wafabourse.com

17. Artbourse

05/02/2019

Investment advice
On the stock market, buy when everyone else is selling and sell when everyone else is buying.
In the case of a market downturn, people are tempted to sell-off their securities, that's an opportunity to buy valuable stock at a lower price.

Always look at the value of the business not the price trend.

27/01/2019

Top 5 most active companies on Casablanca Stock Exchange Company
Company No. of Shares
1- Itissalat Al-Maghrib 42,751,914.25
2- Attijariwafa Bank 33,781,081.85
3- Sodep Marsa Maroc 25,262,878.00
4- Total Maroc 10,958,128.00
5- Lafargeholcim Mar 9,594,496.00

At close on Thursday, the Moroccan All shares gained 0.35%. This slight upward performance was mainly due the gains in the holding Companies, insurance and food producer & processors sectors.

However, on Friday USD/MAD was down by -0.63% to 9.53 while EUR/MAD remained at 10.86.

22/12/2018
14/12/2018

DEFENSIVE INVESTMENT STRATEGY
One way of minimising the risk of losing majority or all of your investment capital is to share it between fixed income instruments such as treasury bills and corporate bonds and equity investments.

The best strategy is to split it into 50% each or invest not more than 75% in one of them.

07/12/2018

Oil prices are expected to go high ahead of the await OPEC meeting today in Vienna, Austria as Saudi Arabia and Russia are looking forward to approve production cuts on member countries.

Current Market Prices:
Brent $59.71
WTI $51.10
OPEC Basket $4.257

03/11/2018

GHANA COMMODITY EXCHANGE AND INTERNATIONAL FINANCE CORPORATION (IFC) JOINTLY TRAIN GHANAIAN FARMERS AND OTHER MARKET ACTORS ON WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS

The Ghana Commodity Exchange (GCX) and the IFC have jointly trained farmer cooperatives and other market actors, from various districts across the country.

GCX is a regulated market that links small holder farmers to markets, assuring the market the quality and quantity of the traded product, delivery and prompt payment. GCX is a membership-based organization that draws its members currently from grain value chains, including farmers, traders, food processors and various service providers, including banks and other financial institutions.

GCX provides several services to farmers including; secured storage, grain cleaning, drying and grading. GCX recently successfully piloted the trading of maize, and plans to extend the facility to trade beans, rice, soya and sorghum soon. The Exchange has warehouses which supports its operations and currently they are in Kumasi, Wenchi, Ejura, Tamale and Sandema where it provides storage services to farmers.

The training was intended to impart knowledge and skills among farmer groups and various market actors to understand the operations of GCX. This is in line with the principles of GCX to support actors in the agricultural value chain to trade quality grains for a better income. These farmers and market actors were trained on post-harvest loss reduction management practices, grain handling techniques, grading standards adopted by the Ghana Standards Authority (GSA), the GCX warehouse receipts system and benefits, obtaining loans through GCX warehouse receipt financing system and trading on the Exchange.

These farmers and market actors will gain valuable skills in general agronomic practices as well as grain management, handling skills and the warehouse receipt system.
For more information visit: https://gcx.com.gh

Source: Ghana Commodity Exchange Ltd. (GCX)

28/10/2018

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Food supply is crucial for a nation, in other words vital. That's why Rwanda has been heavily investing in the development of its agricultural sector.
In Rwanda, gricultural exports generated over $515.9 million in June 2018 as against $356.5 million in July 2017, representing 44.73% increase.

Due to the enormous effort of the National Agricultural Export Development Board (NAEB), the non-traditional exports generated over 354.7 million in July 2018, an increase from 221.7 million in June 2017, representing 59.97 percent rise. While tea, coffee and pyrethrum generated $161.2 million from 134.7 million in the period 2016 - 2017 which 20% increased.

Dairy exports increased from $13 million in 2016 -2017 to $20.6 million in 2017 - 2018.
In all, agricultural exports grow by 44% in the period 2017 - 2018.

By: ISSA TRAORE.
Email: [email protected]

Visit: newtimes.co.rw

22/09/2018

Food supply is crucial for a nation, in other words vital. That's why Rwanda has been heavily investing in the development of its agricultural sector.
In Rwanda, gricultural exports generated over $515.9 million in June 2018 as against $356.5 million in July 2017, representing 44.73% increase.

Due to the enormous effort of the National Agricultural Export Development Board (NAEB), the non-traditional exports generated over 354.7 million in July 2018, an increase from 221.7 million in June 2017, representing 59.97 percent rise. While tea, coffee and pyrethrum generated $161.2 million from 134.7 million in the period 2016 - 2017 which 20% increased.

Dairy exports increased from $13 million in 2016 -2017 to $20.6 million in 2017 - 2018.
In all, agricultural exports grow by 44% in the period 2017 - 2018.

By: ISSA TRAORE.
Email: [email protected]

Visit: newtimes.co.rw

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