The pandemic has completely changed the world, every facet of our existence has been affected as human contact is now considered dangerous.
US crude oil futures turned negative as it crashed below zero dollars for the first time in history on Monday, April 20, 2020.
Business organizations in Nigeria have identified liquidity and the safety of their employees as priority business needs, as they grapple with the impact of the Coronavirus...
COVID-19 pandemic is biting hard on businesses like Aviation, Hospitality, Cinema among others
Bonny Light, dropped to about $12 - $13 a barrel this week, according to oil traders following the West African energy market.
Uber Technologies, has withdrawn its financial forecast for 2020 and said it will be writing down about $2 billion worth of investments.
Nigeria’s leading financial inclusion services provider, FirstBank, has unveiled enhanced palliative measures to help its customers and Nigerians through these times of the extended COVID 19...
The government imposed lockdown has disrupted the movement of food cargoes across the country and will ultimately lead to a food crisis.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has given conditions to be met before COVID-19's restrictions are relaxed. This was disclosed by the Director-General of WHO
There is a strong indication that the Federal Government of Nigeria may still find it difficult to implement the adjusted 2020 budget that was recently sent...