Markets

Safaricom's share drops to 10 months low on Coronavirus

Safaricom Plc's share price dropped 8% to its lowest level since last May

Barclays to trade as Absa at the Nairobi Bourse

The change of ticker comes just a week after the lender concluded re-branding in Kenya.

Shilling strengthen on interest rate cap scrap

Commercial banks quoted the shilling at an average of 102.50 yesterday

[PHOTOS] Butichi casts his vote amid low turn out

Low turn out has been witnessed in Kibra constituency

Why banks setting interest rates is good for Kenya - Duale

Duale said the capping Bill of 2016 has negatively affected the economy.

Facebook changes product branding to FACEBOOK

The new logo, which is in capital letters, uses "custom typography" and "rounded corners"

Rival buys all 555 Thomas Cook stores

All 555 Thomas Cook stores to be bought by rival Hays Travel

Tesco boss Dave Lewis in shock departure

The supermarket chain said it had accepted the chief executive's resignation with 'regret'

Seized British tanker 'preparing to leave' Iran

A British-flagged oil tanker is preparing to leave Iran after more than two months in custody.

Thomas Cook collapses as rescue talks fail

After 178 years in business, Thomas Cook fails, leaving 22,000 jobs at risk.

Somaliland to boost Kenya's miraa exports

Munya says govt finalising relationships already budgeted for the consulate.

Gold price drops sharply as trade talk hopes rise

Optimism around potential trade deal between the US and China to blame.

Kenya postpones launch of commodity exchange

The exchange will allow farmers to sell their produce at real-time market prices.

Meru farmers get export market for bananas in Hungary

Plant started in 2004 in Abothuguchi Central.

Centum Investment profit up, to sell stake in drinks firms

The transactions are subject to regulatory approval.

Small firms should digitise stock management

The country is losing about three per cent of stock.

NSE top index sinks to a new year low

The poor performance of the top counter saw investors lose Sh142 billion in paper wealth.