Foreign investors pull out N1.64tr from stock market over insecurity
The prevailing insecurity in the country and other macroeconomic challenges have continued to hamper investment in the stock market, with foreign investors pulling out N1.64 trillion from the market in three years.
Nigeria’s foreign investors’ shenanigans
An obvious response to reduce unemployment in any country is to create more job opportunities. But such bold steps is no easy task for a government to accomplish especially with an economy..
‘Why foreign investors will not commit huge capital to housing’
An international real estate expert, Mr. Bill Endsley has revealed that investors would not commit huge capital to the housing industry due to risks involved in investment and lack of transparency in transactions. To boost investment in the country, he suggested that the federal government should put in place risk mitigating measures for institutional foreign…
Foreign investors exit, uncertainties drag NSE’s indices further by N13b
Exit of foreign investors, amid political instability have continued to induce sell pressure on the equity sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), as the market recorded the seventh consecutive decline at the end of yesterday’s transactions,