Jim Cramer sees that Saudi Arabia's launch of military operations in Yemen will have a different impact on oil prices.
Jan Dehn, head of research at Ashmore Investment Management, says that the Nigerian central bank's main concern is not to appear as supporting either the currency or the economy more favorably.
Private equity firms are doing more deals in Africa to tap the continent's growing population and wealth.
Marco Veremis, CEO of Upstream, explains why emerging markets are important to the company as potential tech hotspots.
Manji Cheto, vice-president of Teneo Intelligence, says there is a "protest vote" in favor of the opposition and if there is a successful handover of power after the presidential election, it could be "significant" for African democracy.
The U.K. and Hong Kong opened their doors to Islamic finance with high-profile sukuk debuts in 2014. This year, Africa might create market waves.
Osita Benjamin Chidoka, minister of aviation in Nigeria, talks to CNBC about the upcoming presidential elections and the impact of oil prices on the economy.
Suspected Boko Haram militants attacked Nigeria's major northeastern city of Maiduguri and the town of Monguno on Sunday, sources said.
Ronak Gadhia, Africa equities analyst at Exotix, says Nigerian banks have great growth prospects and could be a good investment for people looking at the African market.
Jim Cramer sees three major themes that account for the collapse in commodity prices.
China, one of the world's largest "emerging" investors, is ramping up investment in Sub Saharan Africa as it searches for resources, but whether the benefits are mutual isn't clear.
The fastest growth is not in megacities like Tokyo, but second-tier ones that many Americans have never heard of.
As oil prices have fallen, currencies of developing countries that rely heavily on exports have been sliding.
Manji Cheto, vice-president of Teneo, explains why the Nigerian central bank has barred banks from dollar holdings.
Lower oil prices are good for some countries and bad for others. In a few, things could get ugly.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer is looking for some specific signals to spot the end of the slide.
What the heck is going on with oil? Jim Cramer can't take the slow death of oil anymore. He shares his guide to navigating this nasty commodity.
It’s a popular yield play, but the tables have turned due to low oil prices."Mad Money" host Jim Cramer thinks it needs to be sold immediately.
Jim Cramer saw that though there was plenty of good news on Wednesday, the agony of the oil producers overshadowed it.
Dan Eberhart, CEO at Canary, says there is a "battle royale" going on between OPEC and U.S. shale producers.