Profit taking drags down Nigeria bourse
Nigerian equities market was broadly bearish; as profit taking by investors dragged the All Share Index 0.3 per cent down to settle at 25, 671.23 points.
OPEC has shown new resilience to work in unified manner - Ibe Kachikwu
Nigerian Petroleum Minister Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu discusses the OPEC production cut deal, oil prices in 2017 and the outlook for oil in Nigeria.
OPEC Reaches a Deal: What's next for oil?
Vandana Hari, founder of Vanda Insights, discusses the winners and losers of the OPEC production cut deal, what's ahead for oil producers and if the role of OPEC has been diminished.
OPEC is a Zombie Organization - Anas Alhajji
Independent oil market expert Anas Alhajji discusses the potential for an OPEC deal in Vienna later today, what would happen if there were no deal and what the markets have already priced in.
Kachikwu: Optimistic on LNG talks and OPEC deal
Japan could be involved in future greenfield Liquefied Natural Gas projects, according to a copy of a speech by Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu, who spoke at the LNG Producer-Consumer conference in Tokyo.
OPEC reopens talks without Iran, Iraq
OPEC meets leading oil independent Russia for output talks later on Thursday, but two of the cartel's senior members are not going to be there.
OPEC agrees to cut oil production
OPEC, the world's largest bloc of oil-producing countries, has decided to reduce output by 750,000 barrels a day to stabilise falling global oil prices.
Kachikwu sees no impact for OPEC freeze
Nigeria Minister of State of Petroleum Emmanuel Kachikwu talks about proposals to limit oil output, his nation's ability to freeze production, and attacks by militants on Nigeria's oil infrastructure.