Hudson Cie - Weekly Comments - West African Regional Stock Exchange: This week the market increased by 0.63% compared to last week. Thus, the BRVM Index stood at 139.56 points against 138.68 points last week. [...] #equity #stocks
Hudson Cie - Daily Market briefing - West African Regional Stock Exchange: BRVM has closed its trading day on Friday March 5th, 2021 higher compared to Thursday. The market capitalization (Stocks + Bonds) increased by 0.06% to stand at… #equity #stocks
Hudson Cie - Daily Market briefing - West African Regional Stock Exchange: BRVM has closed its trading day on Thursday March 4th, 2021 lower compared to Wednesday. The market capitalization (Stocks + Bonds) decreased by 0.08% to stand at… #equity #stocks
Niger’s First Lady, Dr Lalla Malika Issoufou, says the COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant socio-economic impact. The West African country has a total of 4 740 infections, 172 deaths and 4 250 recoveries. #COVIDinAfrica
"If you can walk, you can dance. If you can talk, you can sing." Let’s head to Oakland, California to visit with 2020 #NEAHeritage Fellows Zakarya and Naomi Diouf, West African diasporic dancers. 20 #NEAHeritage20
"My idea was to create emojis that Africans can relate to." Ever feel stuck for that perfect emoji? 21-year-old O’Plerou Grebet from Ivory Coast has created more than 350 downloadable emojis with West African cultural references. ? @OPlerou | @barkettedelu
., who is running in the Republican Primary in the great state of Michigan, is SPECTACULAR! Vote on August 7th. Rarely have I seen a candidate with such great potential. West Point graduate, successful businessman and a African American leader...
Colin Kaepernick attended Texans owner Bob McNair’s collusion case deposition in Houston wearing a KUNTA KINTE T-shirt. Kunta Kinte is a character in Alex Haley’s Roots: a west African man born in 1750 who repeatedly resisted enslavement by an American slaveowner.
The West African Black Rhino has been officially declared extinct. It was hunted for its horn. Shame on our species.