Thursday, October 08, 2020
The United Arab Emirates has confirmed that it would begin the issuance of visas to Nigerians from Thursday (today), the Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, announced on Wednesday…read more.
The Central Bank of Nigeria supplied $13.99bn into the market between January and June.The bank disclosed this in its quarterly statistical bulletin on ‘Supply of forex’ for the month of June.According to the CBN, the forex were supplied to the interbank segment…read more.
The capital investment of mobile network operators and other telecom service providers in 2019 stood at N471.91bn, growing by seven per cent; the latest report by the Nigerian Communications Commission has shown…read more.
The Central Bank of Nigeria supplied $13.99bn into the market between January and June. The bank disclosed this in its quarterly statistical bulletin on ‘Supply of forex’ for the month of June. According to the CBN, the forex were supplied…read more.
With food inflation already spiralling out of control, thus putting pressure on disposable income of many households, the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), has expressed concern over the recent incidents of flooding in key food-producing states in the North…read more.
Barely 24 hours after experiencing its highest climb in many months to N15 trillion mark on Tuesday, renewed profit-taking by investors at the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), made the bears regain control on equity transactions…read more.
African Refiners & Distributors Association (ARA), has stressed the urgent need for countries on the continent to finance downstream projects, especially refineries, as part of measures to ensure cleaner air, and mitigate premature death…read more.
The Chief Executive Officer of Pan African Towers Limited, an indigenous infrastructure company, Mr. Wole Abu, speaks about the need for government to support additional deployment of telecoms masts and towers…read more.
The rally at the stock market was halted yesterday after 12 days as investors moved in to lock in profit accumulated during the bull run. As a result, the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) All-Share Index (ASI) fell 0.95 per cent to close at 28,634.35…read more.
The Director-General of the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA), Abdullahi Kashifu Inuwa has challenged technology innovators to do the unexpected in the midst of challenges in order to achieve Nigeria’s dream of digital transformation…read more.
After decades of embracing fossil fuels, Wall Street appears to be shifting its allegiance to renewable energy, a sharp turn apparent in the contrasting fortunes of NextEra Energy and ExxonMobil…read more.
The Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, said it will eliminate gender gap in financial inclusion by 2024 using its latest released framework for advancing women’s financial inclusion in Nigeria….read more.
The instability in the country’s job market continued in August even as 67 percent of households recorded decline in income during the period. In its just released COVID’19 Monitoring Impact research Report for August, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS)…read more.
Scores of persons are feared dead and some some 30 buildings razed in another explosion that rocked a gas station at Baruwa area, Ipaja, Lagos State, in the early hours of Thursday, October 8. The Lagos State Emergency Management Agency …read more.
World Trade Organization (WTO) members have selected two final candidates — Nigeria’s Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala and South Korea’s Yoo Myung-hee — to advance to the final round in the race to lead the Geneva-based trade body, according to Bloomberg. Although…read more.
Stakeholders recommend open, transparent access to foreign exchange to bring in refined petroleum Some private sector stakeholders have given some recommendations they believe would make Nigeria’s petroleum downstream sector competitive….read more.