By Charles Abuede   First African bank to test Eurobond market in 2021 The 144A senior unsecured bond offering carries a 5-year

Nigeria’s Debt Management Office (DMO) is inching closer to its target of sourcing 60 percent of funds from external sources and

Domestic investors have expressed satisfaction with the successful issuance of $2.5 Eurobond by the Nigeria government. Some of the

Treasury bills with a total value of N176 billion with varying tenors are being put up for auction by Nigeria’s central bank

Nigeria plans to redeem N762.5 billion ($2.5 billion) worth of treasury bills from the proceeds of a planned $2.5 billion Eurobond, to

The Nigeria’s Senate Tuesday approved a $5.5 billion external loan request by President Muhammadu Buhari. The president had in a

Congo Republic plans to replace the board of directors and appoint an audit committee at state oil company SNPC, as it strives to

Egypt expects to price its expected $1.5-$2 billion sale of reopened Eurobonds on Wednesday at lower yields than when it first sold