That the Nigerian steel manufacturing sector, arguably the most critical element in the nation’s industrialisation drive, is massively threatened by smuggling and racketeering, is a development government should worry about.
According to a recent data released by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), Nigeria's total trade grew by 2.5% in the first quarter of 2019, and 7.5% relative on a year on year basis, with exports valued at N4.5 trillion.
If you are asked to name the leading food manufacturing companies in Nigeria at the moment, chances are that you will likely list out the biggest, oldest, and quoted ones among them.
Nigeria's Pension Fund Index closed the Month of May in negative territory posting a return of -4.12%.
Oando's share price fell 9.6% to N4.20 on Friday as news made rounds of an imminent SEC ruling.
The way different people perceive and interpret the involvement of pension funds with financial products issued by the Federal Government has always been a battle of semantics or nomenclature.
Efforts by the National Pension Commission and other stakeholders through radio jingles and other enlightenment campaigns seem to be yielding results, as more and more Nigerians are joining the bandwagon of pension participation.
The bleach category in the hygiene and households cleaning products segment has always been a monopolised market in Nigeria, with every new entrant backed by deep-pocketed investors always making the market their fortress.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange has addressed growing frustrations from retail and portfolio investors about their inability to lay their hands on MTN shares.
Last week, the Central Bank of Nigeria scrambled to respond to a leaked tape that alleged a huge fraud had occurred at the apex...
The Central Bank of Nigeria sold a whopping $36.6 billion in forex in 2018 according to a report released during the week on its website. This compares to $15.8 billion sold in 2017, a whopping 130% rise.
It's official, Nigeria's largest GSM Company, MTN Nigeria, will be listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange on Thursday 16th of May 2019.
As MTN prepares to list on the Nigerian Stock Exchange later this week, the stock is expected to catapult straight into the trillion naira club list.
What Emefiele’s reappointment means for Nigerian economy
Analysts declare Jumia a "fraud" sinking its share price
The impact of government's debt size on a country's growth has been widely debated and this has generated rows among economists and policymakers.
It was January 2017 and one of Nigeria's leading aviation company listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange. Medview Airlines listing on the exchange was...
Pension Fund contributors aged less than 30 years now make up a smaller number of pension contributors, going by the data released by the National Pension Commission.
Nigeria's Consumer Price Index increased by more than 207% between 2009 and 2019 according to an analysis from Nairametrics research. Nairametrics took the difference...
The path to extinction seems to be the route on which the famous Social Security Trust Fund of America is on as at moment.
Nigeria's five largest banks made a total of N2.63 trillion as gross earnings in the 2018 financial year
Nowadays, it seems like the sermon everyone is preaching is “entrepreneurs shall inherit the earth’’.
There is no doubt that the Nigerian mutual fund industry has come of age. Until 1991, there was no mention of mutual funds in the country.
There are firms dedicated to the managment of industrial waste. One of such is the little-known, NSE-listed The Initiates Plc.
Very recently a high court sitting in Lagos State sanctioned the merger between Access and Diamond banks. The court sanction, more or less, put...
Nigeria's housing sector has been characterized by a housing deficit estimated at 18 million units.
Upon hearing that the bank you do all your monetary transactions with is being acquired by or merging with another bank, your first thought goes to your money.