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Friday, September 21, 2018

"Our goal is to make Rivers State a land of peace and prosperity with boundless opportunities and possibilities"

– a place where no one is left behind...

Gov.Ezenwo Nyesom Wike

Traders Fear Friday Will Be Out Of Sync

Holidays are rarely unwelcome, but the closing of stock and commodities markets for Good Friday-on a day when bonds will trade – is causing...

Market Crashes Again At Exchange

At the end of trading on the floor of Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE) yesterday, market indicators that started picking up after the crash due...

October US Stocks End Flat

United States stocks ended on a flat note on Friday, wrapping up another strong month driven by expectations the Federal Reserve will flood the...

Exchange: Market Capitalisation Rises By N2bn

Equity transactions on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) closed for the week on a bright note with the market capitalisation appreciating marginally by N2...

Stabilise Aviation Fuel Price, Stakeholders Urge FG

Stakeholders in the aviation industry, have called on the Federal Government to intervene and stabilise the price of aviation fuel, JET-A1, in the country. The...

Oil Spill: BP To Decide On Dividend Cut,Today

British Petroleum‘s directors are to meet today to decide whether to suspend its dividend. The British Broadcasting Corporation reported on Friday that the meeting comes...

NSE Moves To Globalise Market Transactions

Not a few equities investors (individuals or institutions) would be fair to suggest that the global economy has come into the information age and...

Stocks Climb Amid Moves To Balance Trade

Stocks rose Monday after world finance leaders pledged to better balance global trade. But with no concrete plans in place to avoid a currency war...

Investors Seek Protection, As Debt-Ceiling Drags

Scrambling to protect themselves against a United States default, investors are buying gold and foreign currencies, using derivatives to bet on a stock market...

Interbank Lending Rates Soar

Nigerian interbank lending rates climbed to an average of 8.25 per cent this week, from 5.0 per cent last week, due to large cash...
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