For the second consecutive month, the non-manufacturing PMI showed broad-based improvement.
Underperformance in revenue targets has led to sustained increase in Nigeria’s debt levels.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) enjoyed a bullish start in January 2020 as the all-share index closed at 28,843.53 index points.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) ended 2019 bearish as All-Share index posted a loss of 14.09%.
C and I Leasing Plc has applied to the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), seeking approval for its listing of a Rights Issue of 539 million ordinary...
Despite the slow momentum maintained on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) into the third quarter of year 2019, the top 10 stockbroking firms in terms of volume and value still have a cause...
FSDH, CSL Stockbrokers, and Moody’s argue the Central Bank of Nigeria's (CBN) new Standing Deposit Facility (SDF) policy.
Sterling Bank's (Sterling) FY 2018 results showed that Gross Earnings grew 14% y/y to N152.2bn, slightly below our FY 2018 estimate of N153.2bn.
The bond market remained scantily traded, with yields on the benchmark bonds trending higher by c.6bps as demand interests remained relatively weak.
PZ Cussons Nigeria (PZ) reported FY18 results with Revenue increasing by 3% y/y.