Tingo International Holdings Group CEO sees the AfCFTA as a major step toward the continent growing its economy.
NBS data for Q3 2020 shows a dip of 3.62% in real GDP, confirming the Nigerian economy has officially fallen into a second recession in 5 years.
The Nigerian economy officially plunges into recession as the country's GDP in real terms declined by -3.62% YoY in Q3 2020, the second contraction in 2020.
The market enables price discovery, and prices are based on interplay of supply and demand.
Despite a 6.1% contraction, there are still sectors of the Nigerian economy with the fastest GDP growth rate.
Trading volume turnover ticked positive as trading volume moved up by +58.36%.
Wema Bank’s Profits After Tax has increased by 43.64% to N2.61billion at the end of June 2019 from N1.81billion in the corresponding period of 2018. This...
A report by @PwC_Nigeria has revealed that Nigeria still holds between $300 billion to $900 billion worth of dead capital in residential real estate and agricultural...
The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) has released the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by Income and Expenditure Approach for 2017