On this episode of the #EMMPodcast, Ugodre explains what @WorldBank and @IMFNews projections means for Nigerians and also gave tips for stock trading.
The newly elected president of The World Bank, David Malpass, has revealed that nine in every ten extremely poor people across the world will be Africans come...
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has ranked Nigeria as the world's second worst country in the use of sovereign wealth funds.
Dangote Refinery is now poised to transform Nigeria’s petroleum industry, boost growth, turn the country into an exporter of refined products, improve the balance of payments, and...
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has revealed that Nigeria's economy is indeed recovering from the substantial trade shock that triggered the 2016 recession.
CBN data reveals the nation’s external reserves fell by $500 million in the past one week.
IMF has brought down its 2018 economic growth projection for Nigeria to 1.9%.
Nigeria’s total debt stock as at the end of June 2018 (36 States and Federal Government debt) stood at $73.21 billion.
the external reserves currently stands at $42.92 billion as at Tuesday, October 16,
Nigeria's Budget Minister, Mr Udoma U. Udoma, has claimed that the country has a sustainable debt portfolio and could borrow more money if it so wishes.