Seplat Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) yesterday held its facts behind the figures session at the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE). Facts behind the figures provide an...
Does Learn Africa Plc still have what it takes to compete in the Nigerian book publishing industry today?
Here is a recap of stocks that had corporate actions last week and those expected this week. Corporate actions include payment of dividends, closure of...
There is no doubt that Nigerians love sports and it is no longer just about entertainment; it is also about making money.
There are many young Nigerian billionaires who cut across all sectors, both within and outside the shores of the country.
Investors will tell you different stories containing contrasting investment strategies, multiple inspirations and different risk appetites.
The Nigerian Communications Commission has withdrawn 36 million unused telephone lines over the past few months.
A London High Court earlier this month (5th of June) awarded damages worth $22 million against Azman air services limited over a breach of contract with Tripple Seven Limited.
An integral component of the long-term strategy of any company is corporate governance, epitomised by transparency and accountability.
Stocks on our Buy/Sell/Hold list are picked from the gainers and losers from the previous week. Here are our stock picks for this week’s...
Stocks to watch this week, comprises those having corporate actions and likely entrants into the NSE 30 index.
The Personal Income Tax Act was amended in June, 2011, to address some of the issues with the previous act.
Have you ever wondered how much exactly some of Nigeria’s top CEOs earn per annum?
For a country like Nigeria, where epileptic power supply has remained a major economic constraint for years, achieving steady and reliable power generation and distribution has become a must.
You would not want to choose the unknown, which will be akin to shooting in the dark.
The Nigerian Bureau of Statistics (NBS), on Wednesday, released the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for the month of May.
Analysts at Franklin Templeton Investments and BlackRock Inc are of the opinion that the Central Bank of Nigeria will be able to keep Naira stable.
We include a spreadsheet template that can easily help calculate your tax.