Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, has stressed the need for banks in the country to carry out reforms.
Ibe Kachikwu has revealed that the planned repair works on the refineries will happen a year later than expected.
CBN said it received more complaints from dissatisfied bank customers in the first half of 2018 compared to the same period last year.
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Exchange Traded Funds became an investible and tradable instrument in the Nigerian market in 2011.
Investing in the capital market, like most productive endeavors in life, presents with choices.
Nairametrics had a brief chat to the Group Managing Director of Flour Mills of Nigeria Plc Paul Gbededo during the #NES24.
The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) reported that Nigeria earned N101.97 billion from the export of only Shea oil in the first quarter of 2018.
Most Nigerian bonds quoted on FMDQ website are priced or quoted clean.
Nigerians have indicated that they prefer interest rates to fall, while inflation rate rises, if given the chance to choose between inflation and interest rates.
Okomu Oil Palm Plc has released its Q3 2018 for the period ended 30th September shows earnings rose to N1.3billion.
Data suggests that CBN has been lagging in its drive to achieve 80% financial inclusion in Nigeria.
Buycoins.africa enables individuals to trade in Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and Bitcoin cash, through a mobile app.
Average price paid by consumers for diesel increased to ₦211.64 in September 2018 from ₦207.98 in August 2018.
Lately, the Chief Executive Officer of Transcorp Hotels Plc, Mr Valentine Ozigbo, has been the recipient of numerous local and international awards – more than twelve of them.
Pension fund assets in Nigeria increased by N90 billion and N10 Billion for the months of July and August respectively to push the total pension assets to N8.33 trillion
Kebbi State announced in August that the state generated a revenue of N150 billion from the sale of its local cultivated rice in 2017.
IMF calls on Nigerian government over Naira defense
IMF predicted a rise in Nigeria’s inflation rate to 13.5% in 2019.
Nigeria’s political season is almost upon us. Already, we know most of those who will be running for different political posts and those whose political ambitions have lost momentum prematurely.
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