Tears as Asaba popular market goes up in flames
Millions of naira went up in flames in the early hours of yesterday as the popular Ogbogologo Market was razed by fire.
Why government need to defend market competition during pandemic
With consumers struggling for scarce resources to tackle the coronavirus pandemic globally, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) has recommended that governments
Manufacturers urge government to revisit gas pricing as oil price dips
With global oil prices plunging, local manufacturers have asked the Federal Government to revisit the price of gas to reflect the current market realities.
Nigeria’s recession buffer weak as Coronavirus drives oil near $47/bbl
With the impact of the coronavirus taking a toll on oil demand and the economy in general, the fear of another recession appears to be imminent as oil price dropped to $53.71 per barrel
Market rebounds as financial stocks lift index by 0.17%
Following renewed interest in the shares of some banking and insurance stocks, the Nigerian equities market rebounded yesterday, to halt eight consecutive sessions of the downturn
Sell pressure drags indices further by N96 billion
The equities market reopened the week on a bearish note yesterday, occasioned by sell-pressure in mostbellwethers, resulting to a further drop in market capitalisation
Disturbing spate of market fires
Against the backdrop of a decrepit and ill-equipped fire service infrastructure in the country, there have been genuine concerns that the frequent market fires in several states could only wreck more havoc.
Uncertainty, insecurity, others undermine efforts to restore market confidence
Piqued by the free fall in equities prices and the unprecedented lull that besieged the nation’s stock market activities in the past few years,