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  1. Nigeria Business News

    Business Africa’s wealthiest man, Aliko Dangote, acquires additional shares worth $3.99 million in his Cement business – Pulse Nigeria

    Africa's wealthiest man, Aliko Dangote, has acquired additional shares worth $3.99 million (N1.45 billion) in his publicly-listed company, Dangote Cement. The deal was sealed through Dangote Industries Limited (DIL)... Read more via Pulse Nigeria – Nigeria – https://ift.tt/38tygfi Get more...
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    Business Dangote Cement Leads As Trading Rate Increases 290% To N19 Billion – Nairaland

    High speculation in the shares of Dangote Cement Plc recently raised the volume and value of transactions at the stock market notwithstanding the continued dominance of the bears. The volume and value of trading rose by 49.5 per cent and 290 per cent respectively, to 363.2 million shares worth...
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    Business Zenith Bank, Dangote Cement, MTN top list of CSR donations in Corporate Nigeria. – Nairametrics

    Nigerian Companies spent about N11.3 billion as charitable donations for the year ended December 2018 compared to about N10 billion a year earlier. This is based on publicly available information from about 17 of the most capitalized companies on the Nigerian … Read more via Nairametrics –...
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    Business Dangote Cement in Tanzania Now Runs on Gas Turbines, Says Company – Thisdaylive

    Dangote Cement has revealed that its Pan African sales increased by 2.7 per cent to nearly 4.7 million tonnes for the six month ended on June 30, 2019. To the delight of its investors, the company also revealed that its Tanzania Plants now runs on gas turbines, just as sales... Read more via...
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    Business MTN Nigeria overtakes Dangote Cement on NSE, attains highest market cap – Nairametrics

    Three months after MTN Nigeria debuted on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), the telecommunications company has leapt pass Dangote Cement to become the most capitalised company on the NSE. It took MTN Nigeria three months to surpass Dangote Cement which had been the … Read more via...
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    Business World’s richest people lose 2.1% of their wealth in a day – Nairametrics

    According to a recent report released by Bloomberg, the 500 most wealthy people in the world lost 2.1% of their collective net worth in a day. This happened as a result of the plunge experienced by U.S. Stocks on Monday, which is the biggest drop... Read more via Nairametrics –...
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    Business Dangote Cement To Open Export Facilities – Leadership Newspaper

    As part of moves to boost foreign exchange and capacity production, Dangote Cement will open export facilities in Lagos and Port Harcourt this year..... Read more via Leadership Newspaper – http://bit.ly/31NJUP8 Get more: Nigeria Business News
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    Business 4 things to consider about the Lafarge Africa rights issue – Nairametrics

    On January 28, 2019, Lafarge Africa’s N89.2 billion rights issue will close. So investors have a few more days to pick up this offer. The capital raise comes at the end of another difficult year for the cement maker..... Read more via Nairametrics – http://bit.ly/2FAx8eX Get more: Nigeria...
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    Business NSE market indices dip further by 0.12% amid price losses – Premium Times Nigeria

    Equity transactions on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) closed for the week on Friday on a negative note, as major blue chips continue to drop price.... Read more via Premium Times Nigeria – https://ift.tt/2RzFqXo Get more: Nigeria Business News
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    Business NSE indices extend losses by N94 billion – The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper

    The bears maintained dominance at the end of yesterday’s transactions on the equity sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), following price losses incurred by most highly capitalised stocks, as market capitalisation depreciated further by N94 billion.... Read more via The Guardian...
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    Business NSE moves 345.057 million shares worth N2.27 billion – TODAY.NG

    A total of 345.057 million shares valued at N2.27 billion were traded in 3,261 deals on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Wednesday. This is against the 339.681 million shares worth... Read more via TODAY.NG – https://ift.tt/2wtKC65 Get more: Nigeria Business News
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    World Dangote increases cement production – The Citizen

    Dangote Cement Factory disclosed yesterday that it has doubled its production in response to a countrywide shortage, which has seen prices of the vital construction raw material rise to new levels. During the past few weeks, major cement producers reduced production in what was alleged …...
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    Business Dangote Cement issues N50bn Series 3 & 4 CPs at 13.2% – BusinessDay

    Africa’s largest cement producer, Dangote Cement has issued series 3 and 4 of 180-day debt notes under its N150 billion commercial paper (CP) programme. N50 billion worth of CPs have been issued at 13.2 percent according to the dealers Stanbic IBTC and FBNQuest as reported by Bloomberg. This...
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    Business Dangote Cement to get London listing after Nigeria’s election – Nairametrics

    Dangote Cement Plc may carry out the much-awaited listing of its shares in London Stock Exchange after next year’s general election. Edwin Devakumar, Group Executive Director, Dangote Industries Ltd disclosed this during an interview in Lagos. He said: “We are working on it … Read more via...
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    Metro Police Nab Six-Man Robbery Gang Who Diverted Truckload of Dangote Cement – Thisdaylive

    A six-man robbery syndicate which intercepted and diverted a full truckload of Dangote cement, worth millions of naira in June this year has been arrested... Read more via Thisdaylive – https://ift.tt/2KKMOv3 Get More Nigeria Metro News
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    Business Dangote inaugurates mega cement warehouse in Owerri – The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper

    A mega cement warehouse located at the Industrial Layout, Onitsha Road, Owerri, capital of Imo State, to serve corporate outfits and people of the Southeast and other zones in the country, was on Monday, opened for commercial use... Read more via The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper – Nigeria and...
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    Business Stock market reopens bearish in July, sheds N120billion – The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper

    Nigeria Stock Exchange, Lagos Following price losses suffered by most blue chip stocks, transactions on the equity sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), re-opened on a downward note in July. Specifically, at the close of transactions yesterday, the All-share index … Read more via The...