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21 Mar
At the end of transactions on the equities sector of the capital market, losses in Cornerstone Insurance, SCOA and MRS dragged the all-share index and market capitalisation
10 Feb
The bulls regained vigour at the end of yesterday’s transactions on the equities sector of the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) as virtually all the blue-chip stocks appreciated at price
26 Oct 2019
The recent clampdown on car dealers in the country by the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has continued to raise concerns, with many stakeholders describing the move as antithetical to already battered auto economy, especially when dealers depend on the trade for survival.
22 Aug 2017
Yesterday, 16 stocks recorded price depreciation, led by Vitafoam with 5.00 per cent to close at N2.66 per share. Mansard followed with 4.88 per cent to close at N1.95 per share. SCOA lost 4.74 per cent to close at N3.42 per share.

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The Graceful Ageing Fellowship (GRAF) on Saturday urged President Muhammadu Buhari to sign into law the Older Persons Rights and Privileges bill passed by the National Assembly.
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The Faithful Group (TFG), a political group loyal to Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo, has declared support for the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Tinubu.
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Operatives of the Lagos State Police Command have arrested a 26-year-old man for allegedly impersonating a medical doctor.
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We take a look at some of the bizarre wedding traditions across the world from South Korea’s beating of the groom’s feet to Borneo’s bathroom ban and China’s bride-crying ritual. Beating of the Groom’s Feet In South Korea, grooms are subjected to a certain ritual before they can leave with their new wife. It is…