Tanzania, Rwanda and Uganda to forge a single stock market

EAST AFRICA – Three East African countries of Tanzania, Rwanda and Uganda have joined forces to implement a World Bank-funded financial project that aims to connect regional stock markets electronically to enable them  operate as a single market with a view of reducing the cost and time of trading in shares of companies listed on markets across the borders. The three countries are set to start trading as a single market before the end of this year (2020) after interconnecting their trading systems and hooking to the EAC Capital Markets…

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