African Stock Exchanges
Africa’s stock markets and exchanges have seen extensive growth in recent years. The number of Stock Exchanges in Africa was boosted from 10 to nearly 18 between the 1990s and 2000s. African stock markets are located in South Africa, Botswana, Egypt, Côte d’Ivoire, Mauritius, Mozambique, Nigeria, Tanzania, Kenya, Ghana, Morocco, Namibia , Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Zambia, Tunisia and Uganda. From the impressive stock exchanges in South Africa and Egypt, set-up in the 1880s, to the younger exchanges in Mozambique and Uganda, Africa’s stock market is looking good. Those who have invested in the growing African market have seen fantastic returns. It also gives investors the opportunity to diversify their portfolio, as African markets offer a superior risk/return profile which is unaffected by the same trends of greater developed markets. In this section you can find out more about Africa’s market place, providing useful and interesting information.