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Kenya to leverage on derivatives market to lure foreign investors

NAIROBI, July 11 (Xinhua) — Kenya plans to leverage on the newly launched derivatives market to lure more foreign investors into the capital markets, an official said on Thursday. Geoffrey Odundo, CEO of Nairobi Securities Exchnage (NSE), told journalists …Read more

Kenya Bourse Plans Derivatives REITs to Boost Market Value

The diversity of products and services that we offer will make us more relevant to the economy as the exchange seeks to attract a broader range of investors foreign-exchange derivatives and will include commodity futures The Capital Markets
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Kenyas investment portfolio likely to grow despite external shocks experts

NAIROBI Kenya is well placed to attract that foreign direct investments into the Kenyan economy may not experience a slump thanks to the countrys resilience in the face of external shocks Many investors will be eyeing the Kenyan market since
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Beware the lure of CFDs beloved of convicted murderer Patrick Quirke

The restrictions include leverage limits and a requirement that retail investors cannot lose more money than they put into their CFD account They also ban the use of incentives to lure small investors margin on most major foreign exchange pairs
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Kenya welcomes Chinese investment in manufacturing sector to boost exports

XinhuaSun Ruibo NAIROBI Nov 22 Xinhua — Kenya is seeking to leverage on Chinese manufacturers Kenya is prioritizing expansion of market access for locally manufactured goods in order to lure more foreign investors to set up operations in
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Kenyas market regulator set to license futures exchange operators

NAIROBI Nov 5 Reuters – Kenya is processing applications for licences to operate derivatives exchanges from both local and foreign firms the capital markets regulator said has pulled in yield-hungry offshore investors Shares on the Nairobi
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Kenya Plans Derivatives to REITs to Boost Trading Volumes

Kenyas bourse East Africas largest plans to introduce derivatives will deepen the market he said in an interview in Nairobi the capital on July 8 Providing new investment opportunities will attract more foreign investors looking
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