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Pension contributions from Nigerians under 30 dwindling at an alarming rate

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.
Guinness Nigeria

Guinness Nigeria Plc: Strong growth in tough Full Year 2018

Guinness Nigeria has released FY18 results showing a 14% increase in net sales

Analysis: Julius Berger and Government Magic

The company expects revenue to grow to ₦210 billion, to be spurred by government contracts valued at ₦500 billion

Why Eko Hospital wrote off nearly N1 billion

Ekocorp Plc, the owners of the embattled Eko Hospital recently released its financial statements for the year ended December 2017. Turnover increased slightly from...
A cross section of shareholders at GT Bank's AGM.

How a judgement debt could affect GT Bank shares and your deposits.

On Thursday, Innoson Ltd tweeted that the Supreme Court of Nigeria struck off the ‘motion for stay’ filed by Guaranty Trust Bank (GTB) while...

Words on the street suggest the stock market is in a dangerous corner

The Nigerian stock market has reversed all the gains it made earlier this year. Currently, the market has turned negative and it appears this...

These stocks have posted returns higher than their sector GDP growth rate

Key Highlights Real Quarterly GDP Growth - 1.95% Quarter- on- quarter Reduction - (0.16) Aggregate...
Caverton Group financial report, Nigerian Stock Exchange financials

Caverton Helicopters is in for good times, but…

Last month, Caverton Offshore Support Plc unveiled eleven newly acquired helicopters, and by so doing, increased its total fleet to seventeen. This move is...
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Watch Out Stock Market, Corporate Bonds are taking over

According to data from Security and Exchange Commission, the very first corporate bond issued in Nigeria was by The Broadcasting Corporation of Nigeria. It...
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Time is running out for Courteville’s business model

On Monday, April 16th, 2018, the share price of Courteville Business Solutions Plc reached its lowest level in five years, closing at ₦0.20 against...
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Bottom Line: Honeywell smells really good but….

Two years ago, Honeywell was facing a financial crisis, the type it had not faced in recent times. It reported a loss of N3...

Bottom Line: Unilever, equity is expensive for this price

 It's been a wonderful year for Consumer Goods Businesses in Nigeria.   Flashback three years ago it was all hell raising for the Consumer Goods Sector....

Bottom Line: Sheraton Hotel Abuja, Too much cash no value

Ever heard of Capital Hotels Plc? Well, they own Abuja Sheraton Hotels. Capital Hotels is in turn owned by Ikeja Hotels Plc, the owners...
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Bottom Line: C&I Leasing is in bed with debt

C&I Leasing: Whenever a company reports profits backed by strong operating cash flows it excites my senses. In a world where profits and cash...


Uzoma Dozie

Podcast: Uzoma Dozie reveals his next project after Diamond Bank/Access Bank merger

@Nairametrics' @Rotankwot spoke with @Uzoma_Diamond, GMD and CEO of former Diamond bank (@access_more), at the launch of the PwC Experience centre about his future endevours.
Forte Oil Plc

What next for Forte Oil Plc following Prudent Energy’s takeover?

Femi Otedola's exit from the @forteoilng means Prudent Energy the new key shareholder will have to make several key decisions.
Femi Otedola, #10YearsChallenge

Otedola completes sale of Forte Oil, pivots fully to power generation

The share price of Forte Oil Plc opened at N32.30 per share at the Nigerian Stock Exchange yesterday up from its last week opening price of N25.75, signalling a 24.44% rise in value barely one week after the Exchange endorsed the transfer of the 75% majority equity stake in the company from its Chairman, Femi Otedola, to Prudent Energy and Services Limited in a share purchase deal.