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13 Jan
US consumer prices rose last year at the highest rate in four decades. With inflation at 7% in 2021, US consumers have not seen prices soar so much since the early 1980s.
12 Oct 2021
Most countries have now signed up to a historic deal to ensure a minimum 15% corporate tax rate. Only four smaller economies are still holding back.
8 Oct 2021
Dayo Odulate-Ademola, MD, Branch International (Nigeria) talks to GuardianTV about how Branch is reshaping banking services in Nigeria and Africa.
23 Sep 2021
The US Federal Reserve has opened the door to an interest rate hike and tapering of its emergency monetary stimulus. The central bank has warned, though, that the rising number of Covid-19 cases could impact economic growth. Christian Lawrence, Senior Markets Strategist at Rabobank New York, explains the impact on American households. Also on the show: Netflix seeks the golden ticket as it acquires the rights to late British author Roald Dahl's creations.
7 Jan 2021
As the world tries to adjust to the contagious COVID-19 virus, it is evident that many Nigerians are still living in denial of the disease. ⁣⁣ ⁣This video showcases why you should protect yourself and those around you.⁣⁣
19 Jun 2020
Inflation rate rises to 12.40% in May- NBS. Inflation rate rose by 12.40 percent in May 2020, up by 0.06 percent points higher than the 12.34 percent recorded in April 2020.
15 Aug 2019
Barbecued field rats might not be everybody's idea of a tasty treat, but in Cambodia's rural Battambang province they are popular as a cheap and quick snack.
23 May 2017
Nigeria's first quarter GDP rate contracted at a slower rate, falling 0.52 percent compared to 1.73 percent in the same period in 2016.

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