With the presentation of the 2022 budget by President Muhammadu Buhari to the National Assembly, local producers have raised concerns about some proposals and underlying challenges
As the country commemorates another year of independence, members of the organised private sector of the Nigerian economy have urged the Federal Government to address lingering macro-economic
In what appears like apathy arising from inflation and bureaucratic processes, over 300,000 shareholders of 10 blue-chip firms, despite a need for additional income, have failed to claim their dividends...
German consumer prices rose at their fastest pace since 1993 in September on the back of higher energy prices and one-off tax effects, official data showed Thursday.
As Boko Haram insurgency forces thousands of residents of the northeastern part of the country to flee their homes and live in Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camps
Despite the gradual decline in the inflation rate in the last four months, checks across major markets showed that prices of goods and foodstuff are still on the rise.
The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), says the rate of inflation slowed by 0.37 per cent to 17.01 per cent Year-on-Year (YoY) in August from 17.38 per cent recorded in July.
Aluminium reached $3,000 a tonne for the first time in 13 years Monday, ratcheting up soaring inflation concerns that in turn are boosting the dollar as traders eye higher interest rates to tame runaway prices.
The increase announced by the Federal Government on procurement of vehicles particulars and drivers’ licence may have been necessitated by the need to generate more revenue to execute development
German consumer price inflation remained at euro-era high levels in August, preliminary data showed Thursday, climbing slightly to 3.9 percent on the back of one-off effects related to the coronavirus pandemic.
Britain's annual inflation rate slowed sharply last month as clothing retailers slashed prices in the pandemic-hit sector, official data showed Wednesday, but economists warned it will likely rise again.
The headline inflation slowed for the fourth consecutive month in July from a year-on-year (YoY) growth of 17.75 per cent reported in June to 17.38 per cent.