Nairametrics|The Manufacturing PMI stood at 53.6 index points in August 2017 compared to 54.1 in July. This indicates an expansion in the manufacturing sector during the review period. . The Statistics Department, Central Bank of Nigeria conducts a monthly survey of purchasing and supply executives of manufacturing and non-manufacturing organizations...
The table below is a summary of results released by banks quoted on the Nigerian Stock Exchange. The list is limited to banks in the Nigerian Stock Exchange and is updated as new results are published. This list includes the following; Gross Earnings of Nigerian Banks ...
Nigerians worried about the rising food prices should breathe a sigh of relief, as prices of some basic staple food items dropped in the month of August compared to July. Data from Nairametrics household food items shows prices from our basket reduced across major household items especially staple foods such...
This data shows the total currency in circulation in Nigeria from the year 2000.
Seasamum Seeds rose to the top of Nigeria's Agricultural exports for the first quarter of 2017 according to data from the National Bureau of Statistics. According to the data, Sesamum Seeds exports was valued at N13 billion in the first quarter of the year. According to the data, Nigeria...
The latest Nairametrics Household Food index reveals prices of items under our watchlist rose 1.9% for the fortnight ended July 8th 2017. Nairametrics Food Price Survey is an unofficial tracker of prices of household food and related items in select markets within Lagos. Highlights of Week ended July 8th 2017 ...
Data from the National Bureau of Statistics show Nigerians spent a N11.3 trillion in the third quarter of 2016 as household consumption expenditure. This was a whopping N1.79 trillion higher than what was spent in the second quarter of the year. The data is obtained from the Bureau's third quarter...
Data from Nairametrics bi-weekly household food tracker shows food prices within Lagos rose by 1.1% at the end of June 10 2017 compared to 2.6%  two weeks earlier May 27, 2017. Nairametrics household food tracker tracks the prices of select household food items over a two-week period. The data...
The National Bureau of Statistics has released its 2016 FY Labour Force and Productivity data showing Nigerians labour productivity decreased to N684.4 for the year ended December 2016, compared to N718.13 in the year ended December 2015. Nigerians also clocked in a combined 148,282,982,466 hours in the whole of...
The effects of the recession were once again brought to the fore as the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) yesterday released the fourth  quarter 2016 Underemployment/Unemployment report. Here are key highlights from the report: In percentages Unemployment rose by 14.2 % in Q4 2016, showing an increase for the third consecutive...
Bi-weekly prices of household food items in Lagos State.
Nairametrics| Deposit Money Banks (DMB's) in Nigeria reported a total of N137.29 billion in taxes for the financial year 2016. The figure represents a 43% increase from the N95.8 billion paid by banks in 2015.     Highlights Banks reported a total pre-tax profits of about N578 billion for the year ended...
Nigeria's external reserve for the month of February 2017 was N29.9 billion the highest since December 2015. Here is Nigeria's external reserve position every month from January 1999. This historical data of Nigeria's external reserves is sourced from the Central Bank of Nigeria.   Send an email to info@nairametrics.com if you want...
Nairametrics| The National Bureau of Statistics has released its 2017 February Consumer Price Index revealing that Nigeria's inflation rate increased by 17.78 percent for the period under review. This is the first time the inflation rate has dropped in 15 Months. Here are the key highlights On a Headline basis,...
What is Credit to the private sector? Credit to the private sector is the total amount of loans lent to businesses in Nigeria by Nigerian banks. Where is it sourced? This data is sourced from the website of the Central Bank of Nigeria and it is updated periodically.
This data displays a trend of Nigeria's Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Growth Rate from 1982 to 2015. The data was obtained from various reports published by the National Bureau of Statistics. GDP Growth rates are stated annually only. Sources: National Bureau of Statistics GDP 1981 - 2010 After rebasing exercice 2011...
Nairametrics| The National Bureau of Statistics publishes data on Nigeria's Foreign Trade. The data is published on a quarterly basis and details the value of goods imported into Nigeria as well as those exported outside Nigeria. This table outlines the top agricultural products exported out of Nigeria for the 3rd...
A compilation of about 75 key Nigerian economic data.
Latest data from the National Bureau of Statistics shows Nigeria's capital importation dropped by a whopping 46.8% to N$5.1 billion on a year on year basis. Capital importation represents the total value of foreign direct and portfolio investments into Nigeria in any given period. Total value of capital imported into...
In real terms, Nigeria’s telecoms sector contributed ₦1.3 trillion naira to Nigeria’s GDP in the third quarter of 2016. In perhaps a reflection of the tough economic climate, this was a 1.8% decrease in growth compared to the previous quarter. Quarter on Quarter, growth dropped in real terms from...
Nairametrics| The National Bureau of Statistics released 2016 banking sector data on Tuesday. The data shows activities in the banking sector for the year covering three broad areas;  Payment option, Credit allocation and Staffing. A look at the staffing data included in the report shows the total number of staff in...
Below are the list of countries President Buhari has visited since he became President in May 29, 2015. The list will be updated from time to time. Note: Tell us what we may have missed by dropping a comment below. Thanks
Nairametrics| A new report from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) shows that petroleum products take the lion’s share of Nigeria’s imports. The NBS’s Petroleum Products Statistics publication for Q4 2016 shows that Nigeria spent ₦ 2.57 trillion  importing petroleum products in the country in 2016. Petrol took the largest chunk...
In the 2016 State Internally Generated Report (IGR) at state level, Lagos State generated N150.9 billion naira as at June 2016. Nassarawa state generated the lowest revenue in the period under review, with N1.05 billion naira as at June 2016. Abia, Anambra, Bauchi, Ebonyi, Oyo, Rivers and Sokoto...
  In the February Household Kerosene price watch released today by the NBS, Lagos State had the highest average price of kerosene in the country at N455 naira per litre. The state with the lowest average price for kerosene in the country was Sokoto State at N295.24,Gombe N291.67 and Katsina N286.11...
In the recently released Automotive Gas Oil (AGO) Diesel price watch for December 2016 by the National Bureau Of Statistics (NBS), diesel prices in Zamfara were the most expensive in the country at N211 naira per litre. Abuja, Yobe and Gombe states had the lowest average diesel price in the...
The National Bureau of Statistics on Friday revealed Nigeria's inflation rate for the month of December 2016 was 18.55% (November 2016 18.48%). This is the  14th consecutive month of higher year on year inflation dating back to November 2015. These are the key highlights of this month's inflation Food Index According to the...
The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) yesterday released its Premium Spirit (PMS) price watch for the month of December. Kwara, Bayelsa and Kebbi states emerged as the states with the highest petrol price in the country, at N152 naira per litre. To our surpirse, states in the northern extremes of...
Nairametrics| The National Bureau of Statistics latest Automotive Gas Oil (AGO) diesel price watch for the month of November reveals diesel price sold on an average for N195.67 per liter compared to N187.25 per litre in October. The data reveals diesel prices rose slightly across states in the Federation with Rivers, Kebbi...
The Central Bank of Nigeria data shows total POS transactions in Nigeria for the month of October was about 6.3 million valued at about N71 billion. This is a remarkable improvement from total POS transactions of about 79,000 with a value of just a N100 billion in 2010. The data...