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Airtel Africa Says Bharti Family Office Bharti Global Ltd Buys 2.8 Mln Shares For 2.2 Mln Pounds
Airtel Africa Announces Intention To List Airtel Malawi On MSE
Airtel Africa Buys Additional Spectrum In Nigeria
Airtel Africa PLC is a United Kingdom-based provider of telecommunications and mobile money services. The Company offers an integrated suite of telecommunications solutions, including mobile voice and data services as well as mobile money services both nationally and internationally. It offers traditional mobile voice services, with a primary focus on data and non-voice services through its third generation (3G) and fourth generation (4G) networks. It also offers mobile money services under its Airtel Money brand to customers in all of the Company’s 14 countries of operation in Africa, primarily in East Africa and Central and West Africa. The mobile voice business line comprises pre- and post-paid wireless voice services, international roaming and fixed-line telephone services. The mobile data business line comprises data communications services, including second generation (2G), 3G and, increasingly, 4G data services, and other value added services (VAS).
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The following FTSE 100 companies will go ex-dividend on Thursday, after which investors will no longer qualify for the latest dividend payout. According to Reuters calculations at current market prices, the effect of the resulting adjustment to prices by market-makers would...
Shares in African mobile networks operator Helios Towers <HTWS.L> were up slightly on their market debut in London on Tuesday, providing some relief to a jittery market for initial public offerings.
African mobile networks operator Helios Towers Ltd priced its initial public offering at 115-145 pence per share on Wednesday, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters, implying a total valuation of $1.42 billion to $1.79 billion.
Marks & Spencer <MKS.L>, Direct Line <DLGD.L> and Micro Focus <MCRO.L> will be relegated from London's FTSE 100 <.FTSE> index from Sept. 23 following the latest quarterly review, the index operator FTSE Russell said on Wednesday.
Marks & Spencer, Direct Line and Micro Focus will be relegated from London's FTSE 100 index from Sept. 23 following the latest quarterly review, the index operator FTSE Russell said on Wednesday.
Britain's FTSE 100 surged on Friday led by Vodafone, which enjoyed its best day in more than 16 years on plans to create a separate European tower company, while mid-cap Sports Direct fell after thrice delaying its annual results.
Airtel Africa Plc <AAF.L> reported a quarterly pretax profit on Friday that more than doubled, as the telecoms company signed up more customers for its mobile and data services and was boosted by double-digit growth in Nigeria and East Africa.
Britain's FTSE 100 index is expected to open 4 points higher at 7,493 on Friday, according to financial bookmakers, with futures down 0.1% ahead of the cash market open.
Airtel Africa Plc reported a quarterly pretax profit on Friday that more than doubled, as the telecom company signed up more customers for its mobile and data services.
Voyager Air Limited <IPO-VOY.L> on Thursday put off its plans for an initial public offering on the London Stock Exchange, citing "unfavorable market conditions".
The following company announcements, scheduled economic indicators, debt and currency market moves and political events may affect African markets on Thursday. - - - - - TO WATCH CONGO REPUBLIC IMF The International Monetary Fund's (IMF) executive board weighs a long-delayed...
Airtel Africa shares fell sharply on Wednesday, a day after its debut $4.4 billion flotation in Lagos, mirroring a similar decline on the London stock market where the telecoms firm has its primary listing.
Airtel Africa shares fell 10% to 359.40 naira in pre-market bids on Wednesday after its debut $4.4 billion stock market listing on the Lagos bourse a day earlier.
The following company announcements, scheduled economic indicators, debt and currency market moves and political events may affect African markets on Wednesday. - - - - - GLOBAL MARKETS Asian shares turned mixed on Wednesday while rising Treasury yields lifted the dollar...
Airtel Africa <AAF.L> listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange on Tuesday in a 1.36 trillion naira ($4.4 bln) flotation turning the telecoms company into the bourse's third-largest stock by market value.
Airtel Africa listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange on Tuesday, in a flotation that valued it at 1.364 trillion naira, making it the bourse's third-largest stock by market capitalisation.
Airtel Africa shares will be listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange on Tuesday, the bourse said, after it postponed the $4.4 billion listing last week.
Airtel Africa aims to list on the Nigerian bourse on Monday, one of the financial advisors arranging the issue said, after the exchange postponed the listing which had been scheduled for Friday.
Airtel Africa aims to list its shares on the Nigerian bourse on Monday, one of the financial advisors arranging the issue said, after the stock exchange postponed the listing that had been scheduled for Friday.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange has postponed the listing of Airtel Africa shares planned for July 5 to ensure the telecoms company meets its listing requirement, the bourse said on Friday.
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