The latest household survey shows that the prices of several items dropped in the last two weeks. Major findings from the survey reveal that tomatoes recorded a significant decline in prices
As concerns grow among foreign investors over the state of Nigerian economy following the recent $9 billion court ruling, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) governor, Mr Godwin Emefiele has vowed to defend the foreign reserves.
As Nigeria’s debt profile keeps building, it has been revealed that the country obtained the sum of $961 million or N349.8 billion in the form of loans from the World Bank and African Development Bank (AfDB) in 2018 alone.
Dangote Refinery, which has insured value estimated at $6.8 billion, is likely to be taken over by foreign insurers when it becomes operational.
On this episode of the #ERPodcast, @iamnotjustakuki and @Sammyinfinity examine @MBuhari's directive to the @cenbank to restrict forex on food importation and @GokadaNG's decision to temporarily shut down for two weeks to improve the service of the business.
There are also stocks that are at the lowest tier with market capitalizations that fall below what you will expect of a company listed in the upper tier of the Stock Exchange. One company holds the unenviable title of being the least capitalized stock on the Nigerian Stock Exchange.
A memo, purportedly written from the office of the Chief of Staff to the President Abba Kyari to the Chairman of the FIRS, Babatunde Fowler circulated around social media on Sunday.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) has continued to perform negatively, as the market maintained its downward slope throughout the week.
On this episode of the #EMMPodcast, @Ugodre discussed how @NGRPresident's FX restriction is going to affect local manufacturers.
Nigeria’s consumer price index, which measures inflation, dropped to 11.08% in July 2019. This was revealed in the latest inflation report released by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS).
The Nigerian Stock Market ended Thursday's trading session in negative territory. The All-Share Index closed at 27,052.93 basis points, down 0.11%.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) ended Monday’s trading session in negative territory. The All-Share Index closed at 27,083.11 basis points, down 0.82%.
Nigeria is not the only country where Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) experience difficulty accessing credit facility. According to the Acting Chief Executive Officer of CWG Plc, Adewale Adeyipo, small businesses in the United States experience the same struggle.
The Director, Policy & Regulation, Directorate of the National Insurance Commission (NAICOM), Pius Agboola, has hinted that Insurance Companies would no longer be allowed to borrow for recapitalization.
About 20 months ago, January to be precise, if you were to buy an International Brewery Stock, you would have to part with about N64 per share.
The electricity deal signed between the federal government of Nigeria and German-based company, Siemen, may cost Nigeria about €3.11 billion or N1.15 trillion across four major states.
The CBN [@cenbank] Governor, Godwin Emefiele has disclosed how Nigeria will achieve 95% financial inclusion by 2024, stating that the Bank had explored new techniques and policies to drive financial inclusion target
The latest report released by the National Pension Commission (PenCom) shows that Nigeria's Pension Fund assets in June 2019 hit N9.32 trillion. There was an increase of N294.9 billion within the space of three months
Eid-El-Kabir celebration is here and Nigerians are already enjoying the fanfare that comes with the season. Findings from major markets visited by the Research Team show that the prices of rams dropped.
BHH Podcast: Mayowa Okegbenle on how WePrototype Technologies is bridging the mobile app development...
On this episode of the #BHHPodcast, @bukola23 and @taioyewole had the CEO of @weprototype_app talk about how they are bridging the mobile app development gap.
The price of crude oil has posted a 7-month low, declining by 4% to $57 a barrel in two days. This is the first time oil price would post a huge fall since January 2019.
Nigeria’s external reserves have continued to drop in recent weeks and officially slipped below $45 billion, the height it climbed just barely two months ago
Nigeria imported 5.61 billion litres of premium motor spirit (petrol) in the second quarter of 2019. According to the NBS [@nigerianstat] report, the volume of petrol imported in Q2 2019 is 5% higher than the 4.87 litres in Q1 2019.
Three bank accounts belonging to the Lagos State Government (@followlasg) have been frozen by a Lagos Federal High Court today, placing a restriction on any transaction by the State government. The affected accounts are domiciled in @MyFCMB, @myaccessbank, and @ZenithBank.
Oil price dropped to below $60 a barrel in the early hours of Tuesday. This is the first time crude oil price would fall below $60 since January 2019.
Diageo, the owner of Guinness Nigeria, has on Monday, announced that it would pump $219 million into sustainability projects (renewable energy and water recycling systems) in 7 of its African breweries.
The latest report on domestic and international flight operations released by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority shows that 54% of domestic flights were delayed between May and June 2019.