Thursday 08, June 2017 by Matthew Amlôt

Moody's: Sub Saharan Africa's recovery from foreign currency shortages will take time

While foreign currency shortages in Sub-Saharan Africa stemming from lower oil and commodity prices are easing, it will take time for sovereigns, banks and non-financial companies to restore their financial health, Moody's Investors Service said in a report today.

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Investment Banking Growth amidst uncertainty

Banker Middle East sat down with Ahmed Saud Ghouth, Chief Executive Officer of Alkhabeer Capital, to talk about the firm’s seven… read more