Washington, DC (PRWEB) May 20, 2010
Africaprebrief.com today has launched a new service for frontier and diaspora investors, entrepreneurs and corporations seeking insight into African capital markets, political change, the pace of economic development, and strategies to maximize opportunities.
The service features a weekly retail newsletter which 1) highlights African publicly-traded companies 2) assesses leading news from African, Western and financial media outlets and 3) provides insight into trends, ideas, institutions and individuals shaping African economic development. In June Africa PreBrief will offer a premium institutional service dedicated exclusively to covering Africa’s 5 major stock markets: the Johannesburg Stock Exchange; the Casablanca Stock Exchange; the Egyptian Exchange; the Nairobi Stock Exchange and the Nigerian Stock Exchange.
“Africa Prebrief’s unique way of examining economic, political and cultural factors and connecting them to opportunities will offer value to anyone with money on the line or seriously considering investing in Africa. Each week our clear and focused newsletter points to where change is likely to occur and identifies the news, leaders, policies, and enterprises influencing development and investment. Our goal is to connect Africa’s big picture with a specific bottom-line. We take advantage of a network of experts and professionals on the ground in Africa and our contacts in European power centers and our strategic position in Washington, D.C. to combine anecdotal, investigative and empirical data. We tightly package that intelligence and information into insight businesspersons can use to make decisions,” says Africaprebrief.com Founder Cedric Muhammad. Mr. Muhammad has been named ‘specialist in African politics,’ by The Wall Street Journal and is currently a Member of the African Union’s First Congress of African Economists.
Africa PreBrief has launched a website (http://africaprebrief.com/) where more information is available and where sample newsletters can be enjoyed.
The website also features a blog that will continue to focus on African economies and capital markets. It debuts with an in-depth and provocative interview entitled, “What’s Next For African Economic Development and Investment?” and can be read at: