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Stock Market / Finance in Côte d'Ivoire

  • Ivory Coast to issue 3-year, 100 bln CFA bond on July 19

    ABIDJAN, 2017/07/19 Ivory Coast will issue a three-year, 100 billion CFA franc ($172 million) bond on July 19, the West Africa deficit planning agency AUT said late on Thursday.
  • Microfinance lenders gaining ground in Côte d’Ivoire

    ABIDJAN, 2017/06/24 A rise in microfinance lending in Côte d’Ivoire has been accompanied by a steady process of consolidation – driven in part by government clean-up efforts.
  • AfDB Helps Cote d'Ivoire Train the Next Generation of Agriculture Entrepreneurs

    ABIDJAN, 2016/07/18 The African Development Bank's Agriculture and Agro-industry Department (OSAN) in conjunction with the Ministry for the Promotion of Youth, Youth Employment, and Civic Engagement of Côte d'Ivoire held a workshop at the Bank in Abidjan on 8 July to reflect on the imperatives for the successful implementation of ENABLE Youth-Cote d'Ivoire (CI). One of the flagship programs of OSAN'S Feed Africa: Strategy for Agricultural Transformation in Africa 2016-2025, ENABLE Youth seeks to train the next generation of agriculture entrepreneurs, or "agripreneurs". The program, which is part of the AfDB's wider Jobs for Youth Program, seeks to build the capacity of young graduates between the ages of 18-35 to start businesses along the 18 priority price chains identified in the Feed Africa strategy.
  • London eyes dual listings on west African capital markets

    BENIN, 2015/05/10 Following on from partnerships and dual listings with a number of African capital markets, the London Stock Exchange (LSE) is looking to foster dual listings with the West African regional exchange. “We are looking to attract and encourage dual listings,” Ibukun Adebayo, co-chief of emerging markets at the LSE Group, tells This Is Africa during an event on west African capital markets. “Listing with the LSE provides profile and additional liquidity in nations promoting dual listings.”
  • BRVM index 10 falling from 262.64 to 258.22 points, a decrease of 68%.

    ABIDJAN, 2014/03/18 Trading at the West African regional stock exchange (BRVM) ended the week on the decline with the BRVM index 10 falling from 262.64 to 258.22 points, a decrease of 68%. As well, the Composite BRVM index fell 1.53% to 242.52, against 246.37 points in the previous week. All the sectoral index fell during the week. The BRVM index-Finance registered the biggest decline at 83.04 points (-3.40%), while the BRVM index-Transport and BRVM index-Other sectors remained stable at 848.06 and 365.06 points respectively.