On this episode of the #BHHPodcast, @taioyewole and Lawrence had @sireryk and @AbsolutelyJosh talk about their platform @EazyhireNG
On this episode of the #EMMPodcast, Ugodre explains what @WorldBank and @IMFNews projections means for Nigerians and also gave tips for stock trading.
Parallel market exchange rate between the Naira and three of the world's major currencies.
Regulatory technology (“RegTech”) is an emerging field within the financial services industry that uses information technology to enhance regulatory processes.
To start and grow a thriving business, you need to make books a regular part of your diet. Just like food is for the nourishment to the body, so are books the nourishment to the mind.
Have you just obtained the funds you need to start your startup? Kudos! Now, let's talk about how you can properly manage that money to ensure the success of your business.
Nigeria's five largest banks made a total of N2.63 trillion as gross earnings in the 2018 financial year
According to Ugo Obi-Chukwu, young generation workers do not understand the need to wait for two years for promotion or raise.
Apart from the notorious sex work that Allen Avenue is known for, Nairametrics understands that there are other activities people engage in at night to chase survival.
If you are reading this, I am very sure you have dreams of becoming rich and successful, with investments scattered all over the world.
Inspired by the #Lekki nightmare on the night of April 5th, we discuss how congestion is eating Nigeria alive on this episode of the #BSJPodcast.
According to the latest World Bank's biannual report, Nigeria's economic growth in 2019 is expected to hover around 2 percent in the medium term.
Buoyed by increase in bond prices due to falling yields, Nigerian pension funds continued their conservative risk management strategy in February.
Relative differences in the prices of major goods across the four (4) markets. The markets surveyed include: Mushin Market, Daleko Market, Oyingbo Market, etc.
According to information contained in the latest available data from SEC, the total Asset Value of Nigerian mutual funds was about N710 billion as at March 15th.
On this episode of the BHH Podcast, @bukola23 and @Taioyewole had the @gitgirlofficial Director of Programs, Yvonne Alozie talk about Data science and empowering women.
There is no doubt that the Nigerian mutual fund industry has come of age. Until 1991, there was no mention of mutual funds in the country.
Chams Plc rallied by 20%, as investors continue to take interest in the stock following a N0.03 dividend declared.
Nigeria is between Passing the bill for the health of its people or reviewing it for the economic side.