‘Why Nigeria’s tech stocks can’t hit $1tr mark in 30 yrs’
With global technology companies, including Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Zoom, apparently doing well, and to a large extent, influencing gradual recovery of the US stock market...
MTN Y’ello Star audition goes virtual
In its commitment to ensuring a seamless approach to music, MTN Nigeria recently partnered with a global music streaming platform, Tidal to provide subscribers with unlimited content. This partnership has received applaud from music lovers who have commended the organisation’s seamless approach in support of Nigerian talents. This partnership has now coincided with the return…
Telecoms union threatens to disrupt MTN services nationwide over precarious work condition
Members of Private Telecommunications and Communications Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (PTECSSAN) have threatened to disrupt the services...
Equities record largest fall in three weeks, as investors lose N70b
Weak sentiments and selloffs across bellwether stocks, especially MTN Nigeria, Guaranty Trust Bank, and Seplat led to the market’s largest fall in three weeks
Cheap assets, lockdown easing, others push NSE's indicators by 4.45%
Cheap stocks prices, gradual easing of the lockdown, and inflow of facilities from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), propelled activities on the equities sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange...
Stock market reopens upbeat as index rises by 0.30%
Following price gains recorded by most bluechip stocks, the equities market commenced trading for the month of May, in an upbeat, as the All Share Index (ASI) appreciated by 0.30 per cent.
Investors' wealth soars by N352 billion in three trading days
The dominance of the bulls on the equities sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), strengthened by price gains from most blue chip stocks, caused investors' wealth to soar by N352 billion in three trading days.
New platforms drive mobile money adoption as SSA hits 50m accounts
Payments service platforms, including Interswitch, Flutterwave, and MTN Nigeria, were identified among players that drove the adoption of mobile money in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) in 2019.