The Nigerian Stock Exchange ended Monday’s trading session in negative territory. The All Share Index closed at 29,809.20 basis points, down 0.29%.
@Boeing Boeing seems to be recording more lawsuits this year than it has recorded orders for its 737 Max planes. The latest development has seen the company sued by 400 pilots for the Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines crashes that claimed 346 lives.
Chemical and Allied Products (CAP) Plc, a subsidiary of UAC of Nigeria Plc, has declared a dividend of 290 kobo per share for the financial year 2018.
The performance of the Nigerian Equity Market remained bearish last week with the index (NSE ASI) trending downward by 0.65%.
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) showed that Broadband penetration rose to 33.7% in April 2019 compared to 33.22% in the prior month.
Prudent Energy Services Limited, the new majority shareholder of Forte Oil Plc, is set to acquire fresh N22 billion worth of shares of the company.
@CadburyPlc has promised its shareholders that it will not relent in its effort to create more wealth and maintain its current dividend policy.
Regency Alliance Plc's shareholders doesn't want to be paid dividend for 2018 FY. This, they said, is in lieu of NAICOM's pending recapitalisation quest.
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The lastest Nairametrics household survey has revealed that the prices of most food items across major Markets in Lagos have not recorded significant changes in the last two weeks.
While Femi Otedola's exit from @forteoilng was major news last week, @oando_plc vs @secnigeria court case resumes next week
Billionaire investor and businessman, @realFemiOtedola, has revealed plans to shift focus to power with a plan to invest $1bn into Geregu Power Plc, following the recent sale of Forte Oil Plc.
Drug prices in Nigeria may increase by as much as 100 percent in just a matter of weeks. This is because of the recent hike in the price of drug registration by the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC).
Days to its listing on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (@nsenigeria), Airtel Africa has disclosed its share price for Nigerian investors. The network operators' share price will triple that of MTN Nigeria who listed in May 2019.
Private-sector Commodities exchange firm, AFEX Commodities Exchange Limited, invited some journalists for a training session to introduce the market to its EdEx initiative.
Nigeria may lose $765 million worth of cocoa output due to the impact of heavy rainfall with the probability of black pod disease which could hurt the crop this farming season @cancocoa
The Nigerian Stock Exchange ended Friday’s trading session in positive territory. The All Share Index closed at 29,851.29 basis points, down 0.29%.
As the 32nd edition of the 2019 African cup of Nations (AFCON) commences, the stage is set for 24 African teams to slug it out like gladiators for the prize money of $4.5 million.
This is an introduction to the full list of the National Economic Council (NEC) which was inaugurated yesterday by President Muhammadu Buhari.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) has disclosed that the country's Islamic finance sector is poised to contribute immensely to economic growth.
Telecommunications companies have bowed to threat from the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (@NigeriaCAA) after the aviation agency double down on its threat to demolish 8,805 masts, most of which belongs to @GloWorld and eight tier-one banks.
@MBuhari has disclosed that the Federal Government has begun the implementation of the Basic Healthcare Provision Fund which is aimed at increasing the share of Nigeria’s population covered by primary healthcare to 63%. The President made this disclosure on Thursday while inaugurating the National Economic Council (NEC), for the next four years.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange ended Thursday’s trading session in negative territory. The All Share Index closed at 29,765.31 basis points, down 0.02%.
Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited has threatened to release the forensic audit it has against Oando Plc should it be pushed to do so.
The National Pension Commission (PENCOM) said it has concluded plans to begin verification of prospective retirees across some states in Nigeria.
Shareholders of Stanbic IBTC Holdings Plc yesterday approved a dividend payment of N15.36 billion, proposed by the board, for the 2018 financial year.
A new majority shareholder may have taken shelter in Wema Bank Plc, going by the recently-recorded spike in the company's sales volume.