Nigerian stocks closed trading on a positive note as the all share index rose by 0.54%.
Crude oil prices have declined, currently trading below $80 per barrel.
Average price paid by consumers for PMS increased to ₦147.30 in September 2018, from ₦146.9 in August 2018
the external reserves currently stands at $42.92 billion as at Tuesday, October 16,
The management and Board of Seplat Petroleum Development Plc have quickly exonerated itself from a recent court judgement involving its Chairman, Mr A. B.C Orjiako.
Average price paid by consumers for diesel increased to ₦211.64 in September 2018 from ₦207.98 in August 2018.
The relatively new sports betting industry has been growing rapidly, leveraging on an increase in internet penetration in the country.
Stakeholders in the Agric sector now have till November 16th, 2018 to take advantage of grant money (to the tune of $1.5 million) which has been made available by the Agriculture Fast Track Fund, AFTF.
Nigeria's External Reserve was $43,002,460,465 as at October 15th, 2018.
The flagbearer of the Allied Congress Party of Nigeria (ACPN) Dr Oby Ezekwesili, has tabled her plans for revamping the struggling economy.
Lafarge Africa Plc's Board of Directors is convening today, October 16th for an emergency meeting during which a number of company matters will be deliberated upon.
Lately, the Chief Executive Officer of Transcorp Hotels Plc, Mr Valentine Ozigbo, has been the recipient of numerous local and international awards – more than twelve of them.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) opened the week on a negative note.
Nigeria's Budget Minister, Mr Udoma U. Udoma, has claimed that the country has a sustainable debt portfolio and could borrow more money if it so wishes.
The company specialises in the manufacturing and merchandising of drugs, both for human and animal consumption.
Pension fund assets in Nigeria increased by N90 billion and N10 Billion for the months of July and August respectively to push the total pension assets to N8.33 trillion
Corporate actions are decisions taken by companies’ boards of directors.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) closed the week on a positive note.
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Kebbi State announced in August that the state generated a revenue of N150 billion from the sale of its local cultivated rice in 2017.
Peter Obi is not new to the Nigerian economic terrain.
NAGB has explained why companies like PZ Cussons continue to import oil palm.