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15 Aug 2017
Basketball is one of the world's most lucrative sports, with the NBA generating billions of dollars each season.
15 Aug 2017
Skye Bank launches new digital solution.
15 Aug 2017
The Consumer Goods Index on the Nigerian Stock exchange gained almost 10 per cent last week. Will the sector continue its rally, and what lies in store for investors this week?
15 Aug 2017
Netflix Inc. signed a multiyear contract with Shonda Rhimes, poaching the creator of the hit TV series “Scandal” and “Grey’s Anatomy” from Walt Disney Co.’s ABC network.
14 Aug 2017
Corruption in Nigeria continues to pose a problem to the country's economic development despite the current government's efforts to fight corruption.
14 Aug 2017
Shares in most Middle Eastern markets fell as companies across the region announce earnings. Egypt lead the pack in the declines.
11 Aug 2017
Nigeria's importers and exporters foreign exchange window introduced by the Central Bank of Nigeria about four months ago has attracted four billion dollars from foreign investors since April.
11 Aug 2017
In a bid to lower costs and improve Nigeria's debt position, the government announced plans to refinance 3 billion dollars’ worth of treasury bills denominated in local currency with dollar borrowing.
11 Aug 2017
Nigeria's debt restructuring is a good initiative - Omotola Abimbola
11 Aug 2017
How will the rising tensions in North Korea impact Asia? Bloomberg's Enda Curran reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
11 Aug 2017
SoftBank is said to be investing about $2.5B in India's Flipkart. The deal would boost Flipkart's cash holdings to more than $4B and help it compete with Amazon.
10 Aug 2017
In a bid to encourage investments in certain sectors of Nigeria's economy, the federal government approved a new list of 27 industries and products that would enjoy pioneer status tax exemption last week.

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