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Abiola Odutola

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Abiola has spent about 14 years in journalism. His career has covered some top local print media like TELL Magazine, Broad Street Journal, The Point Newspaper. The Bloomberg MEI alumni has interviewed some of the most influential figures of the IMF, G-20 Summit, Pre-G20 Central Bank Governors and Finance Ministers, Critical Communication World Conference. The multiple award winner is variously trained in business and markets journalism at Lagos Business School, and Pan-Atlantic University. You may contact him via email - abiola.odutola@nairametrics.com.

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COVID-19 could save naira from depreciating further

COVID-19 could save naira from depreciating further

The global spread of COVID-19 and fear of another surge later in the year could limit travel plans for dollar-hungry Nigerians, easing pressure on the already troubled naira.

Lagos seals off Jumia warehouse for contravening lock-down order

The Lagos State Government has sealed off of the business premises of one of the largest online marketing store in Africa, Jumia.
Seplat, stakeholders call for collaboration on Customer Protection Act, Seplat Petroleum announces closed period, as directors meet on March 19th, Seplat Petroleum announces a final dividend of at $0.05 per ordinary share, Seplat Petroleum donates items for management of COVID-19 to Edo

Seplat Petroleum donates items for management of COVID-19 to Edo

Seplat Petroleum Development Company on Wednesday joined the league of Nigerian corporates to donate to the fight against coronavirus  
Consolidated Hallmark Plc announces close period ahead of Q3 2019 results  , Consolidated Hallmark Insurance Plc. Group records N711.5million profit Up 33%  

Consolidated Hallmark Insurance declares N711.5 million profit, up 33%  

Consolidated Hallmark Insurance Plc. group released its audited full-year 2019 results after today’s trading hours. Here are the highlights.
How your stocks performed last week, Bears rule at the stock market, lose N174.37 billion on Wednesday , Nigerian bourse up 0.54% as Investors gain N63 billionBears dominate Nigerian bourse Index down 0.94%, trading volume remains low

Bears dominate Nigerian bourse Index down 0.94%, trading volume remains low

The bearish trend persisted in the Nigerian bourse as the Nigerian All Share Index fell further by -0.94 % to close at 21,100.54 points.