A Mutual Fund is a Trust or Company that pools money from many investors and invests in a specified class of securities such as stocks, bonds, real estate or a balanced mix of asset classes.
Despite the plethora of opportunities for health care providers and drug makers, underinvestment by the government in Nigeria's health care sector has made it difficult to attract investments.
The latest pension statistics have shown that the Nigerian Pension Fund asset crossed the 9 trillion mark in the first quarter of 2019, a feat that analysts have largely attributed to the growing awareness campaigns which have influenced the willingness of Nigerians to take their retirement plan seriously.
Ellah Lakes Plc takes the first spot in this week's stocks to watch on the @nsenigeria
Google reportedly earned as much as $4.7 billion in 2018 from news contents comprising of the works of news publishers accessed by readers via search and Google News.
NASCON Allied Industries Plc has moved some of its operations away from the Apapa area of Lagos to Oregun and Port Harcourt.
Eat'N'Go Limited's CEO, Patrick McMichale said they have invested over N10 billion in Nigeria. Find out how.
@forteoilng was the best performing stock on the @nsecontact for the trading week ended June 15, 2019
The Summer transfer window has barely been opened and huge signings have already been made across the European continent. Real Madrid and Barcelona have so far been dominant in this regard.
President Muhammadu Buhari has directed the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to blacklist any firm, its owner, and top management caught smuggling or dumping any of the restricted 43 items into Nigeria.
Latest development suggests the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) may finally allow the Nigerian naira to be floated and freely determined by market forces from the currently pegged N305/1$.
Developing the habit of saving money consistently is one of the most difficult things to do on the planet. There are a lot of reasons why this is so.
Nigerian banks are profitable entities, as evidenced by their annual financial statements and the performance of the banking index. However, one aspect of the banking industry in Nigeria many people dislike is the fact that the bank charges seem to be a lot and on the high side.
A Bolt customer recently cried out on social media after one of the companies drivers overbilled her the sum of N12,200 for a trip that was supposed to cost N800.
The Abiola story is a tale of conviction, determination and demonstration of sagacity— how a young man who entered into business at the tender age of nine (selling firewood to neighbours) went on to study accounting, graduated with a first class degree and built a fortune worth millions of dollars doing business. #DemocracyDay
Makeup and skincare products continue to rank among the most contemporary essentials used by women all over the world, as they continue to explore options that would help to enhance their skins and images.
That the Nigerian steel manufacturing sector, arguably the most critical element in the nation’s industrialisation drive, is massively threatened by smuggling and racketeering, is a development government should worry about.
The Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) has accused Air Peace of committing several safety infractions due to its persistent failure to report serious accidents and incidents involving its aircraft in the Nigerian Airspace.
According to a recent data released by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), Nigeria's total trade grew by 2.5% in the first quarter of 2019, and 7.5% relative on a year on year basis, with exports valued at N4.5 trillion.
Are you ready to quit your day job to run a business of your own? This is a question most entrepreneurs often find themselves struggling to answer. If you are one of them, here are four things you must consider.
Ever so often, we witness the establishment of many low-funded businesses, as people find ways to make money or create side incomes for themselves. In Nigeria, small businesses can arguably be referred to as the bedrock of the economy.
Africa's richest man, Aliko Dangote, is on a mission to ensure that every Nigerian consumer is availed access to consumer credit facilities. According to him, this is a good step towards eradicating corruption in the country.
@Oando_PLC share price bounced back by 5.26% at the end of the week after a frustrating seven days ushered in by the corruption and market abuse report of @SECNigeria
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