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8 May
The unclaimed dividend control tussle between shareholders and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) assumed a perceived negative turn last month, following an announcement by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in the penultimate Thursday.
16 Feb 2021
An economist, Johnson Chukwu, has called for services of experts in the private sector in the management of the country’s infrastructure projects.
15 Oct 2019
For the third quarter ended September 30, 2019, performance of many listed firms at the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), continued the depreciated due to uncertainties and absence of clear economic policy direction.
30 Sep 2019
Transactions through electronic payment (e-payment) channels that would facilitate the country’s planned cashless policy hit a cumulative value of N284 trillion in the first half...
18 Sep 2019
Just yesterday, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) affirmed that yearly inflation in Nigeria stood at 11.02 per cent in August. This is the lowest figure in nearly four years, especially in the midst of the battle...
23 May 2019
Although the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), on Monday, kept all its monetary policy tools steady, including the benchmark interest rate at 13.5 per cent, the decision to hold the rates may be the beginning of another round of a long wait for policy changes by the apex bank.   The Head of Research at…
21 May 2019
The nation’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) reversed its major leap in fourth quarter of 2018 from 2.39 per cent to 2.01 in the first quarter...
22 Nov 2018
The Federal Government has lost about N796.77 billion from its revenue projections in the third quarter of 2018, according to data compiled by The Guardian.
19 Nov 2018
Nigeria’s debt profile, expectedly, would notch up by $2.93 billion by the end of this week, with a mix of increased costs, courtesy of the ongoing Eurobond debt offering, which government earmarked for capital projects in the 2018 fiscal plan.
11 Nov 2018
In an ideal economy, an efficient and vibrant financial system mobilises savings and allocates them to investments by private entrepreneurs...
29 Aug 2018
Just because the nation’s oil sector lost its steam to the tune of four per cent, the non-oil sector, with its impressive 10-quarter high at two per cent, could not deliver the country from the pangs of economic slowdown.
29 May 2018
Capital market experts have linked the unprecedented lull witnessed in the nation’s stock market in the first quarter (Q1) to shift in the demand for equities for fixed income securities by Foreign Portfolio Investors, FPIs.

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