Online site records 67 per cent decline in applications
According to a recent affiliated report from the Nigeria Bureau of Statistics (NBS), and online recruitment service, Jobberman, the number of applications in the third quarter of 2016 dropped from 266,797 compared to 815,163 applications....
Duties of a director in the insolvency vicinity
Nigeria’s gloomy economic climate is increasingly taking its toll on businesses. Filings from eighty-five companies to the Nigerian Stock Exchange reveal that the total profit for the first half of 2016.....
Amid recession austere Christmas beckons
On Friday, December 9th, only 17 days to the 2016 Christmas celebration, Mrs. Dolapo Iluyomade, an assorted fabric dealer, sat still at the entrance of her shop, in the Balogun Area....
Reserves rise by $318 million in one week, hit $24.8 billion
The nation’s foreign exchange (forex) reserves have sustained an incremental record in the last five weeks, despite demand pressure, as it added $318 million in seven days.
NPSM account increases by 7.3 million
The National Pension Scheme Memberships (NPSM) has recorded about 7.3 million members in the third quarter of 2016, representing 15.87 per cent increase compared to 6.3 million in the corresponding period of 2014.
Nigeria gets N560b capital inflow in third quarter, U.K. accounts for highest of 60%, U.S. 23%
Data from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) have shown that Nigeria recorded $1.822 billion (N560 billion at N307.7 to $1) as capital imported in the third quarter of 2016.
Nigeria’s trade grows by 49% in Q2, as deficit drops
Despite the lull witnessed in the economy in the second quarter of the year, the total value of Nigeria’s merchandise trade in Q2, 2016 stood at ₦3.94 trillion, 49 per cent more than the value of ₦2.64 trillion ...
Buharimeter flags economy as sore point in president’s record
The best efforts of government spin doctors to paint a different picture notwithstanding; there is universal agreement that the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari has fared very poorly in the management of the economy.