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4 Aug 2020
A declaration by the Federal Government, which suggested the other day that the Nigerian economy is resilient enough with self-sufficient parameters to attract Foreign Direct Investments
29 Jul 2020
International investors and stakeholders have attributed businesses’ inability to attract foreign capital needed for growth to Nigeria’s image problem, and challenges
2 Jul 2020
A pension expert has underscored the need to replicate the successes achieved in the industry to other struggling sectors to boost economic growth.
2 Jul 2020
The Nigerian Integrated Reporting Committee (NIRCO), has said the establishment of the committee will help Nigeria to develop an acceptable framework
22 May 2020
The dominance of the bulls have continued unabated, as the equities market sustained positive sentiments for four consecutive trading days, causing investors’ wealth to rise further by N426 billion.
23 Mar 2020
The Nigerian equities market suffered another week of losses as worries about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic heightened with oil prices declining to 17-year lows lastweek.
11 Mar 2020
Analysts have urged investors to take advantage of the current low prices of banking stocks and position for robust capital appreciation and dividend yield, insisting that the sector is financially healthy
2 Mar 2020
Although made to determine the shape of the urban environment, experts in the built environment said lack of adherence to Lagos master plans and the failure inherent in master plans
2 Mar 2020
The Nigerian insurance market has been faced with different challenges in its efforts to serve the needs of the relevant stakeholders.
12 Feb 2020
Investors in equities have expressed displeasure over the impact of the rising insecurity and social disorder in Nigeria, amid a slow economic recovery in the stock market
10 Feb 2020
Until the numbers begin to fall in place and infrastructure investments that are needed to facilitate businesses are clearly seen, the fiscal turnaround contained in the Finance Act 2020 would still not reduce significantly the high premium now charged for investments in the country.
3 Feb 2020
Determined to increase the shareholders’ confidence in the nation’s insurance industry, underwriting companies have been assuring investors of better returns

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