Category: Business

How LG is Inspiring Lives through Smart Home Technology

Technology is simplifying our lives and making everything easier day by day. The last decade has been a game changer – that today, there is no single facet of our...

Oil Producing Communities Constitute LGs Exco in Anambra

Host communities of Nigeria Producing Oil and Gas (HOSCON) at the weekend, inaugurate executives of HOSCON in  the 21 Local Government Areas of the state. Inaugurating...

BudgIT Frowns at Slash in Sectors’ Budget

BudgIT decries the cut in Nigeria’s health and education sector budgetary allocation to fund the 2019 elections. Recent information from the National Assembly suggests...

Nigeria Committed to Widening Export of Locally-Made Products , Says Udoma

    Minister of Budget and National Planning, Senator Udoma Udo Udoma says the Federal government is committed to the diversification of the country’s...

Financial Services Sector Dominates H1 2018 on NSE

Data from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) half year activity report for the six months ended June 30, 2018 shows N798 billion worth of shares were traded for the half...

EKSG to Handover Commercial Ventures to Investors

Governor Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti State has expressed the resolve of his administration to hands off all commercial ventures of the state to professionals. Fayemi, who...

DSDP: NNPC, BP Sign PMS Supply Agreement

*As Baru Expresses Commitment to Sustain Products Availability* As part of measures to sustain the robust supply of petroleum products across the country and especially...

$17.1bn Pulled Out of Emerging Market Stocks, Says Report

The Institute of International Finance recent report, which tracks what money managers buy and sell, estimates that a total of $17.1 billion was pulled out of Emerging...

Banks Refund N6.8bn Excess Charges to Customers

The Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, on Monday, disclosed that commercial banks have refunded N6.8 billion excess charges to their customers in the first half of 2018,...

Banks Lose N12.06bn to Fraud in 6 Months, Says CBN

*Tension as 3 banks fail liquidity ratio requirement The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has revealed that commercial banks in the country lost a total of N12.06 billion...