Most analysts report read by Nairametrics suggest the recent rally is a combination of several factors which if sustained could prolong the rally.
Today, November 13, Palmpay, an African-focused mobile payment startup, will launch in Nigeria.
CBN has directed banks and other financial institutions to stop selling treasury bills to individuals and small firms with effect from November 29th.
Locally-produced rice in Nigeria has gained huge momentum, as Nairametrics Research Team found that various brands of local rice have now flooded major markets in the country. As a result, the prices of local rice slightly dropped.
China’s economic exploits across Africa have continued to fascinate observers.
Governor Gboyega Oyetola would be engaging the capital market community on areas of support to finance projects and invest in the state tomorrow.
Telcos in Nigeria are trying hard to offer quality services and affordable plans in a bid to outdo one another.
Listed companies on the Nigerian Stock Exchange posted a combined profit after tax of about N4.2 trillion between 2015 and 2018.
GTB, Zenith Bank, Access Bank, FBN, UBA and 10 others spent over N8 billion on their Corporate Social Responsibilities in 2018.
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Access Bank, UBA, GTB, 7 others increase loans by N1.84 trillion in 9-month
Ten Nigerian Banks have increased their loan disbursement to customers by N1.84 trillion in the first three quarters of 2019. This is obtained in the third quarter financials of various banks released so far.
The latest CBN restriction on OMO bills could negatively affect FinTech apps
Poultry owners are reportedly jacking up prices of chickens, turkeys and other farm produce.
Pension contributions in Nigeria rose by N169.9 billion in the second quarter of 2019 to push the aggregate total contributions to N5.45 trillion.
Between December 2018 and October 18th, 2019, the share price of C & I Leasing Plc has leaped by as much as 310% to N7.30, up from N1.78
The debt stock of states in Nigeria rose to N5.27 trillion in June 2019. This is reflected in the report released by the DMO for the Q2 2019.
Some rice dealers in major markets in Lagos State are reportedly packing locally-manufactured rice into foreign bags, as prices jump higher.
Using the market capitalization of N12.9 trillion as of September 2019 and nominal value GDP of N129 trillion as of December 2018, Nigeria has a market cap to GDP percentage of 10%.
Nigeria received $96 billion diaspora remittances inflow in 6-years