The Nigerian bourse ended the week cumulatively on the high.
Julius Berger had a plunge in administrative expenses to N15.748 billion in 2020.
To prepare for the storm of the COVID-19 induced economic challenge, Julius Berger slashed its dividend to be paid, amongst other cost-cutting measures.
In a public disclosure that was sent to the NSE yesterday, Julius Berger Nigeria Plc said its closed period would commence from today.
The FG has said that all diversions around construction zones on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway would be opened to motorists from December 15.
The emerging report shows that the rehabilitation of the runway at the Akanu Ibiam International Airport, Enugu has not begun.
The ongoing dispute between the NPA and BUA Ports and Terminals Limited is gradually having a negative impact on the Nigerian economy.
Julius Berger Nigeria Plc has declared its interest to participate in the upcoming bidding process for the Camalaniugan Bridge in a consortium with Frey-Fil Corporation in the...
In Nigeria, Arbico Plc is taking advantage of the high demand for buildings.
The company expects revenue to grow to ₦210 billion, to be spurred by government contracts valued at ₦500 billion