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Thursday, January 14, 2021
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The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) records first bearish session in 2021 today due to sell-offs in BUA Cement, MTNN and Zenith Bank stocks.
In the opening trading session of the New Year, sentiments in the fixed income market
Nigeria’s growing budget deficit will raise the nation’s debt profile to ₦36.89 trillion in 2021
Oil prices fell on Tuesday over uncertainties due to the adjournment of the Organisation for the Oil Exporting Countries and allies
Nigeria records highest daily surge of Coronavirus cases ever yesterday with 1,204 new confirmed
BUA Cement PLC, one of Africa’s largest cement companies...
After a $60 million shares offloading, Intels Limited said it has severed tie with the former Vice President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar.
Analysts Expect CBN to Devalue Investors FX Rate Past ₦425USD
The Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) anticipates downside risks for oil markets
The Nigerian Stock Market Recorded 50.3% year on year growth in 2020 despite weak economic performance.