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    Business Xenophobic attacks: MTN investors lose N40bn – Newtelegraph

    Investors of MTN Nigeria Plc. have lost about N40 billion in two days over xenophobic attacks in South Africa. Investigation by New Telegraph showed that MTN shares, which opened at N140 per share and N2.849 trillion in market capitalisation at the beginning of trading on Wednesday lost …...
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    Business Court asked to stop MTN from listing shares on NSE – Newtelegraph

    A legal practitioner, Dr. Charles Mekwunye, has asked the Court of Appeal, Lagos Division, to restrain a telecoms operator, MTN, from listing its shares on the Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE) pending the determination of a suit filed against the telecommunication outfit and four others over alleged...
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    Business MTN sticks to June listing for Nigeria unit – BusinessDay

    The much expected initial public offering (IPO) by MTN Group for its Nigerian unit will not exceed June 2018, BusinessDay can disclose. Ahead of that target, MTN Group hopes to get all necessary approvals for the listing including that of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Nigerian...
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    Business MTN crosses major huddle to Nigeria listing – BusinessDay

    The major hurdle to an upcoming initial public offering (IPO) of MTN Group’s Nigerian unit has been crossed, BusinessDay can disclose. After three different Emergency General Meetings (EGM), the latest of which was held on Thursday, the group got the nod of various categories Read more via...
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    Business Nigeria: MTN Reveals IPO Details to SEC

    The MTN Group has met with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to discuss a possible initial public offering of its shares in the Nigerian stock market. The South African firm, according to Reuters, also discussed how it wanted to structure the share sale. SEC director general...
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    Business MTN Shares Declines After FG Suspends Talks on $3.9bn Fine

    MTN Group Limited shares fell after Nigeria suspended talks about a $3.9 billion fine on the South African mobile-phone company. The stock declined as much as 2.9 percent, the most since May 12, and traded 1.5 percent lower at 126.50 rand monday in Johannesburg, valuing the company at 233...
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