Foreign investors are weighing their options about investing in East Africa’s stock markets as the regional governments, faced with dwindling foreign direct investment flows, have started implementing programmes to attract foreign investors to certain sectors.
Stock exchanges are barometers of economic performance and data indicates that activity on the Kenyan and Uganda securities exchanges picked up during the first two months of 2018. Tanzania’s and Rwanda’s faltered, largely due to the nature of their political and economic environments. Read more. Source | East African