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Africa shoots self in the foot Only thing worse than being ignored by the US is being noticed by the US‭ ‬   A fresh angle

Nigeria’s second largest cement producer, BUA Cement plc, part of the group founded by Forbes listed billionaire, Abdul Samad

  The Nigerian stock market index appears not to be letting up. On the second session of the week’s trading, the all share index

Never mind the COVID-19 pandemic, deadly as it is, international finance and commodities traders and investors are still on the prowl

Says 81,000mts of certified seeds ready for deployment Enjoins farmers not to abandon their farms   The National Agricultural Seeds

It is one market day gone in the new week at the Nigerian Stock Exchange. But never mind the outcome if you have or are yet to take a

Trading in equities on the Nigerian Stock Exchange is already half way gone. While investors, analysts and casual observers must now

Market activities on the Nigerian Stock Exchange in Lagos will open today, Wednesday 13 May, 2020, after being dampened Tuesday by

The old but very agile elephant, FBN Holding, pumped up the volume, and one of the symbols of Nigeria’s permanently-named

COVID-19, the coronavirus disease that broke out in the very far away city of Wuhan, China, and which has continued to take the world