As we enter into the second month of the third quarter of the year, the Nigerian Stock Market is down 4.2% Year to date...
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Data suggests that CBN has been lagging in its drive to achieve 80% financial inclusion in Nigeria.
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Perhaps the CBN is responding to criticism, that its Commercial Agriculture Credit Scheme (CACS) had been a failure.
Exchange Traded Funds became an investible and tradable instrument in the Nigerian market in 2011.
Recent developments in the global oil market have indicated that there may be a repeat of the oil price burst of 2014.
Following the launch of Loom, Nigerians have thrown caution to the wind as they rush to partake, forgetting the recent the drama accompanied the collapse of MMM.
The Nigerian financial space is currently being disrupted by a group of new companies building Fintech solutions.
Business owners are often tasked with managing countless customer requests. They should also be keenly aware that they need not allow their business plans to be driven solely by these requests.
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Average price paid by consumers for diesel increased to ₦211.64 in September 2018 from ₦207.98 in August 2018.
Investing in the capital market, like most productive endeavors in life, presents with choices.
Stocks to watch this week, comprises those having corporate actions and likely entrants into the NSE 30 index.
Nigeria's gaming industry has continued to thrive, thanks to Nigerians' love for sports.
The number of unclaimed dividends in the country has steadily been on the increase.
Data shows that out of 15 trillion credit (Bank loan) to the Private Sector in the last quarter of 2018, real estate got ₦622 billion.
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