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Trump's Impeachment Troubles Global Capital Markets; Large-cap stocks Drag down Nigerian Equities Last Week; Global Sentiments Depressed Emerging Market Equities

Sep 30, 2019 01:04 AM
Trump's Impeachment Troubles Global Capital Markets; Large-cap stocks Drag down Nigerian Equities Last Week; Global Sentiments Depressed Emerging Market Equities Africa Business Radio, Wall Street, Nigerian Equities, Africa Business News, Johannesburg Stock Exchange, Large Caps Stocks, Nigerian Stock Exchange, Gold Commodity, Capital Market, Fixed Income, US-China Trade war


Vivian Alozie from Afrinvest joins Soji Akinlabi to provide insights into the trends in the global capital market and specifically look at the performance metrics on the Nigerian Stock Exchange. The global capital market is currently troubled by the recent moves to impeach President Donald Trump on the stories told by a whistleblower; Johannesburg Stock exchange closed the week ended 27th September 2019, marginally lower riding on the current glooming global economic sentiment. Global Sentiments Depressed Emerging Market Equities; Nigerian Equities Continue Sell-offs; Trump's Impeachment Troubles Global Capital Markets. Global Sentiments Depressed Emerging Market Equities; Large-cap stocks Drag down Nigerian Equities Last Week; Trump's Impeachment Troubles Global Capital Markets.

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