Nigerians may have an immense love for the cinemas, going by statistics from the Cinema Exhibitors Association of Nigeria (CEAN) website.
2018 — another year has gone by. The seconds have ticked into minutes, and minutes rolled into hours, and hours to days, days turn to months, and this year is finally at its end.
As corporate Nigeria ushers in 2019, it’s back to business in earnest. In an election year full of uncertainty.
2018 was a bearish one on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) as the All Share Index closed in the red.
Forthcoming elections seem to be uppermost in the mind of President Muhammadu Buhari, going by his 2019 New Year message. The President, made no mention...
It is my utmost pleasure to rejoice with all Nigerians as we enter the year 2019, which will be a very significant one for our country.
Stocks to watch comprises the top gainers and losers of the prior week, as well as those that released results after trading hours or have corporate actions.
Corporate actions are decisions taken by companies’ boards of directors or management teams, that could have impacts on the firms themselves or shareholders.
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), has announced the deployment of its Consumer Complaint Management System which is also known as CCMS.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange has expelled 35 stockbroking firms. The exchange disclosed this in a notice published in today's edition of the Punch newspapers. The...
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A visit to some of the major shopping hotspots in Lagos, revealed just how much Nigerians are willing to splash money all in the name of Christmas
Diamond Bank and Access Bank were expected to inform shareholders and the investing community about this transaction considering that rumours had started circling.
Corporate actions are decisions taken by companies’ boards of directors or management teams, that could have an impact on the firms themselves or shareholders. Examples...
Following the proposed and ongoing capital restructuring and the subsequent suspension of trading on the shares of C&I Leasing Plc,
Nigeria's External Reserve was $43,084,864,561 as at December 20th, 2018.
Nigerian stocks closed trading on a positive note as the all share index rose by 0.32%.