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FACT CHECK: Is PZ leaving Nigeria?
On Wednesday, social media platforms were awash with the news that PZ Cussons, one of the most popular conglomerates in Nigeria, was packing up. The news was given credence after a national daily published a report with the title "Nigeria PZ Cussons to Withdraw amid Tough Conditions". The content of the report, however, did not…
Eat’n’Go makes London Stock Exchange list of companies to inspire Africa in 2019
Eat’N’Go Limited, Nigeria’s franchisee for Domino’s Pizza, Cold Stone Creamery and Pinkberry Gourmet Frozen Yoghurt...
Airtel’s Africa business valued at $6.6billion
Bharti Airtel’s Africa business is being valued at $6.6billion even as the Sunil Mittal-led telco’s international holding company for Africa operations explores an initial public offer (IPO) to dilute a minority stake, analysts said.
London stocks end year on record high
London's FTSE 100 ended 2017 on a new record high on Friday, on a shortened final day of trading before the New Year break.
London stockbrokers eye investment opportunities in NCM
Stockbrokers on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) may be warming up to take advantage of Investment opportunities in the Nigerian Capital Market (NCM) to leverage its fast growing profile.
‘Adequate planning saved us forex crisis’
Mouka Nigeria Limited was recently recognised by London Stock Exchange (LSE) for service excellence. The Chief Executive Officer of the company, Ray Murphy, spoke on the recognition and sundry economic issues.
St. Nicholas Hospital makes LSE list of fastest-growing companies
Nigeria’s ST. Nicholas Hospital is one of 58 companies identified by the London Stock Exchange (LSE) recently as the fastest growing in Africa, for recording consistent year on year (YoY) growth and building a successful indigenous model in healthcare.
58 Nigerian companies among fastest growing in Africa, says London Stock Exchange
The London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) on Friday launched a report that listed 58 Nigerian companies among the fastest growing private businesses in Africa.