Tola Akinmutimi The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) on Monday reported that Nigeria’s Consumer Price Index, (CPI), which measures

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) says the number of Nigerians, who are multidimensionally poor has increased from 86

The federal government spent a total of $357.26m in the first three months of the year to service external debt, the Debt Management

South Africa’s apex bank may reduce interest rate by 25 basis points next week, says economists who responded to a Reuters poll.

  The Debt Management Office (DMO) on Wednedsay stated that Nigeria’s public sector debt stock rose by 2.30 percent in the

It is a world of contrasts for Africa’s two largest economies: South Africa and Nigeria. While Nigeria’s Central Bank of

U.S. farmers are contending with the problem of where to put the mountain of grains they cannot sell to Chinese buyers. Their post

The Nigerian government said talks are now at advance stage with the Chinese government to secure  $5.72 billion to finance Mambilla

The jury is fully out on Nigeria sub-nationals, the ever queuing lot from 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory who gather every

Union Bank of Nigeria plc, one of the country’s oldest financial institutions, said on Tuesday that it would intensify its