On Friday, October 11, Nairametrics had an interesting tweet chat with Feyi Faweyinmi, a young Nigerian accountant and finance professional.
Nigeria received $96 billion diaspora remittances inflow in 6-years
Border closure affecting revenue and Nigeria is not food sufficient – So Fresh co-founder, Olagoke Balogun
The border closure by President Muhammadu Buhari is gradually affecting small and medium businesses in Nigeria.
Just as most analysts opine, the IMF Team believes the uncertainty in Buhari's economic policies has exacerbated economic hardship for Nigerians while keeping foreign investors away from investing in the real sector.
Nigeria’s President, Muhammadu Buhari, has presented the 2020 appropriation bill before a joint session of the national assembly.
The latest data released by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) shows that Nigeria’s telecommunication company, MTN, lost a record of 667,245 internet subscribers in just one month.
The CBN has finally granted DMBs the approval to directly debit bank accounts belonging to loan defaulters across all banks in the country.
World Bank International Debt Statistics for 2020 have revealed that total external debt of low- and middle-income countries has grown to $7.8tn in 2018.
Contract staff across Nigerian banks hit a record 46,263 in June 2019. This is revealed in the latest banking sector report released by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS).
Former CBN Governor, Professor Charles Chukwuma Soludo, has disclosed that the major challenge facing Nigeria is that it’s economy has a lot of problems.
Today, most of the products we used to love while growing up and the companies that manufactured them are no more.
Non-Performing Loans in Nigerian banks dropped to a record N1.44 trillion in the second quarter of 2019.
Nigeria's alarming current account deficit is a possible bellwether for a devaluation if it persists.
CBN Governor, Godwin Emefiele, has disclosed that the apex bank would move to further cut the MPR if inflation drops to a single digit.
Nigeria’s top 10 agricultural exports hit N152 billion in half-year 2019
The CBN Purchasing Managers’ Index shows that Nigeria’s manufacturing sector slowed down in the month of September 2019.
CBN says VAT IS "too little" and called for "BIG BANG" approach
Recent data obtained from the NBS show that between the first quarter of 2018 and the second quarter of 2019, Nigeria had spent the total sum of N1.03 trillion to import used vehicles and Motorcycles in less than 2 years
Data obtained from the National Bureau of Statistics has shown that the Oil Producing States in Nigeria shared N302.8 billion from the federal government through the 13% derivation principle.
Nigeria spent a whooping N1.11 trillion to cover debt service obligations in the first six months of the year 2019.
Nigeria’s inflation rate has dropped again to 11.02% in August 2019. This was revealed in the latest inflation report released by the NBS. According to the NBS report, inflation dropped lower than the 11.08% recorded in July
Pesident Buhari has constituted an Economic Advisory Council. The advisory council will replace the current Economic Management Team and will be reporting directly to the President.
U.S returns to Nigerian Oil, imports N349 billion crude oil in three months