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12 Jan 2017
The NSE Consumer goods index is up 0.11 per cent today but it has been down recently, dropping 2.28 per cent last week.
11 Jan 2017
The Nigeria Stock Exchange All Share Index shed 88 basis points, as almost all sector indices closed in the red.
10 Jan 2017
10 Jan 2017
Nigeria's Central Bank plans to meet bureau de change operators today to explore ways to eliminate the gap between the official and parallel market dollar rates.
10 Jan 2017
On today’s 'QuickTake' topic, Vonnie Quinn reports on Bitcoin and how banks are using the cryptocurrency’s blockchain technology to track money transfers and other transactions.
9 Jan 2017
Nigeria's Debt Management Office says it plans to sell up to 430 billion naira in local currency bonds in the first quarter of 2017.
6 Jan 2017
Bloomberg Intelligence’s Eric Balchunas discusses how Vanguard attracted a record $305 billion last year, including $93 billion that went into ETFs.
4 Jan 2017
3 Jan 2017
Iran qualified 29 international oil companies to bid in upcoming tenders for crude and natural gas development projects as the Persian Gulf state seeks investment in energy.
3 Jan 2017
Koon How Heng, Credit Suisse senior FX strategist, discusses the outlook for currencies in 2017 with Bloomberg's Betty Liu and Shery Ahn on 'Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.'
28 Dec 2016
Bloomberg Intelligence's Vincent Piazza reports on the energy outlook for 2017.
28 Dec 2016
Monica Malik, chief economist at Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank, discusses the key takeaways from Saudi Arabia's historic budget with Bloomberg's Yousef Gamal El-Din and Angie Lau

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35 mins ago
Top government officials from Germany and France are meeting in Paris to pay tribute to the historic treaty that has underpinned six decades of cooperation between their two countries.
35 mins ago
More and more real estate on Mallorca is being bought up by rich people from abroad. Now the islanders have had enough of losing out in the property price wars and are considering banning sales to foreigners.
36 mins ago
While wages of pro male footballers continue to rise to astronomical heights, their women counterparts are badly paid. A long battle for equal pay has leveled the playing field for national teams like the United States, New Zealand, or the Netherlands, but these victories remain relatively rare.
1 hour ago
The new package will replenish ammunition and boost Ukraine's stock of combat vehicles, but US, and therefore possibly German, tanks are off the table.
1 hour ago
The French press react to strikes and protests across France on "Black Thursday" against the government's pension reform plans. Also, there's mixed reaction in New Zealand to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern stepping down. Finally, Andy Murray wins the second-longest match in Australian Open history, but the late finishing time sparks criticism of the tournament's organisers.
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A day after more than 1 million people took to the streets and millions more went on strike across France in protest at the government's plan to raise the legal retirement age, Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire tells FRANCE 24's Business Editor Kate Moody in Davos that the government "stands firm" on its reform plan, but that there could be "improvements".