The rise of the cost of food continued unabated in May even as inflation dropped for the fourth consecutive month to 16.25 percent.

Market forces may soon drive down interest rates and yields on fixed income securities in the short-term researchers at FSDH have

Analysts at FSDH Research have projected that Nigeria’s May 2017 inflation rate (year-on-year) may drop to 16.13% from 17.24% recorded

Economic recession, job lay-offs and a 0.6 percent rise in labour force helped push Nigeria’s unemployment rate to 14.2 percent in the

According to the research arm of First Bank of Nigeria, data gleaned from a new report series from the National Bureau of Statistics