Banks’ sanction deals heavy blow on Naira, dips further against dollar
Dollar exchanged for about N400.
Lagos tax agency seals Protea Hotel over failure to remit N11m tax proceeds
The hotel owners say they will sue LIRS for the embarrassment.
Nigeria’s inactive telephone lines increase to 67 million
Of the 217,150,404 connected lines, only 149,818,906 numbers were active.
South Africa’s petrol price to drop by 7.4% in August
The price of wholesale diesel will also go down by 6.3 per cent, the government says
Naira stable against dollar as CBN meets over economy
The CBN had on July 22 issued circular mandating DMBs to sell foreign currency proceeds from international money transfers to BDCs.
Total Health Trust wins 2016 Nigeria Health Care Awards
The annual Nigeria Healthcare Excellence Awards are designed to recognise recognize the rapid growth of the healthcare sector .
19 northern Nigerian states set to establish new bank
The NNDC says it has already put modalities in place to realize the plan.
NSE market indices drop further by 2.72%, amid pressure on investors
Traded shares volume closed higher with an exchange of 352.29 million shares valued at N3.85 billion transacted in 5,024 deals.
NIMASA to undergo major reforms – Dakuku Peterside
Mr. Peterside says the agency under his leadership will change the narrative from the negative perception of corruption, inefficiency and abandonment of its core mandate.
Diamond Bank declares N217 billion gross earnings in 2015
The bank’s profit before tax dropped to N7.1 billion from N28.10 billion in 2014, a decrease of 74.8 per cent.
ANALYSIS: The immediate task before reconstituted NEITI board
Nigeria faces the sanctions from global EITI.
Nigeria’s active telecoms subscribers down by one million – NCC
Data shows increase in Fixed Wired/Wireless subscribers in the country
10,000 Nigerian freight forwarders “to lose jobs to foreign counterparts”
Local companies want government to make the business exclusive to citizens.
Nigerian capital market slips further by N250billion
7UP lost N8.75 to close at N166.25, while Dangote Cement dropped N5.18.