From pre-colonial days to the current century, the role and status of Nigerian women have continued to evolve in Nigeria.
There are more than a hundred companies whose securities are listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange. But not all of them generate wealth for investors.
If external shocks in the coming period 2019-23 are not as great as those during 2015-19, then the nascent economic recovery might give this administration an opportunity to address pressing domestic issues.
The importation of refined petroleum products will decline in March 2019, even as Nigerians consume an average of 53.2m litres of PMS daily.
The manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) for the month of February indicates that Nigeria's manufacturing sector expands
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)stabilized the Naira in 2018 by injecting $39.9 billion into the foreign exchange market (Forex). This is according to the...
Donald Trump called on OPEC to lower oil prices because the world cannot handle a hike.
Some companies continually disobey the rules, and one of them is Evans Medical Plc, Nairametrics’ company focus for the week.
After a controversial one week delay, Nigeria's 2019 elections will finally commence tomorrow as the people elect their next president.
Nigeria's Value Added Tax (VAT) increased to ₦1.108 trillion in 2018 from ₦972.3 billion recorded in 2017. This is contained in the National Bureau of...
The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), yesterday, released the report for selected banking sector data for the last quarter of 2018. A section of the...
This is arguably the first time that the Federal Government is involving the very bottom of Nigeria’s economic pyramid.
It is not all the time that companies decide to change their names. And whenever they do, it is usually for important reasons...
Kelechi and Ifeoma had fixed their wedding for Saturday, February 23, 2019, six months ago. They had toiled all through last year to raise...
Nigerians go to the polls on the 16th of February 2019 in what most analysts view as the most contested election in the history of Nigeria.
The most important presidential election in Africa in 2019 is finally about to happen. And as expected, many people are agitated.
A quick glance at the GDP data revealed that Nigerian GDP hits $417.1 billion in 2018, as against $375.8 billion in 2017.
Despite the vibrant nature of the Nigerian industry, only a few of the players are prominent. One of them is our company focus this week.
Before transferring that money, there may be need to look for ways to manage or minimise the attendant risks and costs.
In the run-up to general elections in two weeks' time, the subject of corruption comes up a lot in the press. Transparency International recently...
There are about five paint manufacturing companies that are currently listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange.
I started investing in stocks in 2008, when I was in my final year and I remember vividly how bullish the market was then.
All these companies pay out for customer service because they believe that it pays off. And it does.
House hold food prices drastically fell in some of the major markets in Lagos, according to data tracked by Nairametrics...