Economy, OpinionFebruary 8, 2020

Weekly Stock Market Review (3rd to 7th February 2020)
  In the first week of February 2020 trading on the LuSE, the market opened with eight companies’ securities recording trades as compared to the first week of January with four companies’ securities recording trades. Tuesdays equities trading was the best performing for the week. Monday 3rd In 23 trades recorded today, 16,978 shares were […]

EconomyFebruary 7, 2020

Daily FiZ – Friday 07/02
Story of the Day: Zambian Mines Minister Richard Musukwa on Wednesday wooed investors at the Investing In African Mining Indaba to take advantage of the country’s resource potential despite the government’s provisional liquidation of the Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) for failure to pay dividends. Read more    Local Business and Finance Sponsored By Liquid Telecom  […]

EconomyFebruary 7, 2020

Mining minister calls on investors to employ Zambia’s resources
The article was first published on https://www.iol.co.za and has been republished with the permission of the author Zambian Mines Minister Richard Musukwa on Wednesday wooed investors at the Investing In African Mining Indaba to take advantage of the country’s resource potential despite the government’s provisional liquidation of the Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) for failure to […]

EconomyFebruary 6, 2020

Daily FiZ – Thursday 06/02
Story of the Day: When the Barrick Gold CEO Mark Bristow speaks, the world of mining listens. Speaking on the much-anticipated panel discussion of the day which was themed “Africa’s Mining Sector as an Engine for Development: What next”, Mark was very candid in his insistence that traceability in mining remains a key issue that […]

Economy, OpinionFebruary 5, 2020

Day Two at the Mining Indaba – ESG and Traceability Key
When the Barrick Gold CEO Mark Bristow speaks, the world of mining listens. Speaking on the much-anticipated panel discussion of the day which was themed “Africa’s Mining Sector as an Engine for Development: What next”, Mark was very candid in his insistence that traceability in mining remains a key issue that African countries need to […]

EconomyFebruary 5, 2020

Daily FiZ – Wednesday 05/02
Story of the Day: What a month January 2020 was for the Bond Market in Zambia. The opening month of Government bond trading saw week 3 being the highest performing in terms of number of trades and sales. Read more  Local Business and Finance Sponsored By Liquid Telecom  The Lusaka Securities Exchange (LuSE) and Association […]

EconomyFebruary 4, 2020

Daily FiZ – Tuesday 04/02
Story of the Day: Mining commerce is alive! This is part of what the annual Mining Indaba, currently going on at the illustrious Cape Town International Convention Center seeks out to achieve. Read more  Local Business and Finance Sponsored By Liquid Telecom  One year treasury bills were repriced 24 basis points higher to 28.24% on […]

Economy, Opinion, StrategyFebruary 4, 2020

Day One at the Mining Indaba – Cape Town South Africa
Mining commerce is alive! This is part of what the annual Mining Indaba, currently going on at the illustrious Cape Town International Convention Center seeks out to achieve. Now in its 26th year, this year’s event has found the South African economy at crossroads. The big talking point is energy for South Africa. They, like […]

EconomyFebruary 3, 2020

Daily FiZ – Monday 03/02
Story of the Day: The only listed sugar processing and manufacturing company, Zambia Sugar Plc, has announced the appointment of a new Group Finance Director following the resignation of Craig Taylor. Read more Local Business and Finance Sponsored By Liquid Telecom According to prudential results published in the local press, Barclays Zambia’s credit book grew […]

Economy, OpinionFebruary 1, 2020

January 2020 Bond Market Review
What a month January 2020 was for the Bond Market in Zambia. The opening month of Government bond trading saw week 3 being the highest performing in terms of number of trades and sales.   A closer look at the behavior of capital in the market reveals that investors were more keen on the 5-year […]