New consumer-focused agenda is aimed at sustainable service delivery.
Investors’ appetite for the Conglomerates Industry accounted for 97.545 million shares.
CBN reduces the forex offering to BDCs from $150,000 to $10,000.
John Holt’s current liabilities far outstrip current assets.
The market capitalization also dipped by N555 billion to close at N9.296 trillion.
Mr. Anga was a member of the Presidential Policy Advisory Committee.
SEC disqualifies 24 CMOs for non-compliance.
Naira traded at N265 to one dollar at the parallel market.
Officials say the market only reacted to local and global economic and financial challenges facing the country.
In the same vein, 75,750 units of Federal Government Bonds, valued at N128.722 million were traded in the period under...
The new system takes off January 4, 2016.
MAN says the manufacturing sector should rather be given forex allocations.
The council is working to produce a national corporate governance code.
All-share index, ASI, appreciated by 0.72 per cent
This is the largest IFC investment in microfinance in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Last week Lagos shut seven companies for their failure to remit N41.50 million.
The deal is worth N2.35 billion.
In 2015, government used 2.28 million barrels per day as the benchmark for the budget.
Seplat gained N10.30 to close at N217.35 per share.
The company posted a loss of N48 billion in the first nine months of 2015.
Foreign exchange official rate at CBN is still pegged at N198 to the dollar.
Investors’ appetite remain high despite little gains this year.
The Nigerian Communications Commission admitted a “typographical error” in its first letter to MTN.
The government also appealed to financial journalists against 'negative reporting'.
Unilever led the price gainers with N3.52 to close at N9.68 per share.