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Bharti Airtel to delay $8 billion Africa business IPO listing

Bharti Airtel Limited may delay its planned Initial Public Offering (IPO) of its Africa unit due to the turmoil in emerging-market stocks, a source close to the company said.

Shares in China’s Xiaomi dip on Hong Kong debut

Chinese smartphone giant Xiaomi fell on its Hong Kong stock debut Monday, following a long-awaited initial public offering overshadowed by China-US trade tensions and falling global markets.

Spotify stock attracts all generations, not just millennials

The buzzy debut of Spotify on the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday drew retail investors across generations, not just the millennials who make up the largest proportion of the music streaming service’s customer base, retail brokerages said on Wednesday.

Why issuance of IPOs was poor in 2017 – experts

Some financial experts on Wednesday attributed the disappearance of Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) in recent years to the poor state of the economy.

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Medical practitioner seeks reduction of cost of surgeries

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Aspirant drags APGA, INEC to court over primary election

Mr. Emeka Osita Onwubuya, a House of Assembly aspirant for Njikoka state constituency II, has asked the Federal High Court sitting in Awka to stop All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) from submitting the name of his opponent in the primary election of the party as candidate for the election.

Victims of Cross River communal clash recount losses

The four communities, Ebom, Ediba, Afafayi and Usumutong clashed on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, leaving property worth several billions of Naira destroyed.