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10 Aug 2017
The market capitalisation of the Nigerian Stock Exchange has crossed the 13 trillion naira mark, marking a new year high this week.
10 Aug 2017
There are between 35 and 40 million Nigerians engaged in economic activity but out of the country's tax net.
9 Aug 2017
Ian Whittaker, head of European media research at Liberum Capital Ltd, examines the move by Walt Disney Co. to stop selling content to Netflix and begin its own streaming media services.
9 Aug 2017
The Central Bank of Nigeria has continued to inject foreign exchange into the markets.
9 Aug 2017
In today's "Futures in Focus," Brian Battle of Performance Trust Capital Partners discusses a bounce in aluminium and the outlook for oil.
8 Aug 2017
The Nigerian government has lifted the suspension on processing Pioneer Status Incentives for certain industries.
8 Aug 2017
Google has fired the engineer behind an anti-diversity missive that reignited heated debate over the treatment of women in Silicon Valley, including a string of sexual harassment scandals.
8 Aug 2017
Nigeria has lost close to $60 billion to the non-enforcement of the terms of the Production Sharing Contracts signed between the Federal Government and the International oil companies since 1993.
8 Aug 2017
Osinbajo insists Nigeria is Africa's investment destination.
8 Aug 2017
The returns on of Nigerian Treasury Bills are crowding out private sector issues.
8 Aug 2017
The Nigerian Stock Exchange's market capitalisation hit 12.8 trillion naira last week Friday, its highest point since November 2014.
7 Aug 2017
How did Nigeria’s private air charter industry fare in the economic downturn as the country’s economy begins to pick up, and what is the outlook for this space?

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