Nigerian fixed income watch: Investors await monetary policy direction
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Nigerian fixed income watch: Investors await monetary policy direction

Investors at Nigeria’s fixed income and forex market are taking a cautious approach to the…

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Nigerian equities sustain week-long rally
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Nigerian equities sustain week-long rally

It has been a positive week for Nigerian equities as the bulls dominated trading activities.…

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Assessing sentiments at Nigeria’s treasury bills auction
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Assessing sentiments at Nigeria’s treasury bills auction

Traders expect increased activity for the rest of the week in the treasury bills and…

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Nigerian equities extend gains led by insurance, oil & gas stocks
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Nigerian equities extend gains led by insurance, oil & gas stocks

Nigeria’s equities extended gains for the third consecutive session this week driven majorly by insurance…

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Nigeria’s Central Bank to hold first T-Bills Auction of 2021
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Nigeria’s Central Bank to hold first T-Bills Auction of 2021

Nigeria’s first Treasury bills Primary Market Auction of the year will hold today as the…

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Nigeria’s NSE sustains positive run
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Nigeria’s NSE sustains positive run

In a last ditch move towards market close, the NSE All- Share Index extended gains…

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Vetiva: Nigerian economy to rebound 1.48% in 2021
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Vetiva: Nigerian economy to rebound 1.48% in 2021

Vetiva Research expects Nigeria’s economy to rebound by 1.48 per cent this year. They also…

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COVID-19: How the pandemic is changing the way NGOs operate
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COVID-19: How the pandemic is changing the way NGOs operate

COVID-19 has impacted billions of lives around the globe. Governments, individuals, businesses, and civil society…

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COVID-19: How the pandemic has impacted investment into African start-ups
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COVID-19: How the pandemic has impacted investment into African start-ups

In 2019, more than a billion dollars were invested into African start-ups. While this amount…

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