This is an attempt to dissect Nigeria’s technology-enabled Transportation sector.
CBN is scheduled to hold a Treasury Bills Primary Market Auction on 19th July 2018.
Stocks to watch this week comprises the top gainers and losers of the previous week, and companies that released results or made announcements after...
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) continued the month of July on a bearish note as the All Share Index closed at 37,392.77 basis points....
Stocks on our Buy/Sell/Hold list are picked from the top gainers and losers from the previous week. Here are our picks for this week. Honeywell...
The number of ride-sharing platforms is on the increase in the country. Gone are the days when the only option for public transportation was either hopping on rusty and dirty Danfo buses, or hailing taxis from the roadsides.
Last week Nairametrics profiled a crop of young Nigerians, who due to the great works of their parents, currently have seats on the boards of some of the largest companies on the Exchange.
Revenues from a list of about 53 companies listed on the NSE show a total revenue of about N9.6 trillion for FY 2017.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange ended the first week of July on a bearish note.
Stocks on our Buy/Sell/Hold list are picked from the gainers and losers from the previous week.
The US house of Reps has just passed The Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernisation Act.
Nigerians are lovers of tasty meals and globally, vegetable oils continue to play crucial roles in the preparation of such meals.
Procter & Gamble (P&G) is in the process of shutting down its multi billion Naira Agbara plant.
The Federal High Court declared that the NSE is a ‘public institution’ within the contemplation of the FOI Act.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange ended the month of June on a slim, though positive note, up 0.46% at 38, 275.55 basis points.
The Debt Management Office (DMO), has released details of the July 2018 FGN Savings Bond.
First Aluminium Nigeria hopes to continue leading the aluminium market in Nigeria.
Nairametrics| The Central Bank of Nigeria quarterly Treasury Bills Issuance Calendar is released to the public periodically as a guide for investors to know...
Market recap is a summary of activities across Nigerian and global financial markets every week.
Pinnacle Oil and Gas may take up a stake in Capital Oil Plc through a private placement.
The Super Eagles’ outing at the 2018 World Cup in Russia was generally underwhelming from the onset.
Chellarams Plc released its financial statement for the year ended March 31st 2018.
The growth of this sector has been hampered by the proliferation of fake and adulterated drugs, and activities of smugglers.
In Nigeria, Arbico Plc is taking advantage of the high demand for buildings.
NEM Insurance Plc obtained approval from its shareholders to raise N2.64 billion in a Private Placement.
About 872 Nigerian Students sat for the first ever Chartered Institute of Financial Analysts (CFA) Exams in Nigeria on Sunday, June 23rd, 2018. The...
Sports betting has become a lucrative business and in recent times in Nigeria.
FINT is an online lending platform seeking to provide loans to genuine borrowers and genuine investors.