By Our Reporter A cascade of ominous clouds pointing to an economic downturn is gradually taking centre stage across the globe amidst

BY ONOME AMUGE   Nigeria’s economy may be headed for stagflation driven by the high cost of diesel and foreign exchange

MARCEL OKEKE The title of this piece retooled from something similar in one of Nigeria’s national newspapers the other day, and it

BY CHARLES ABUEDE Weak daily production at 1.4 million barrels per day, vandalism and theft of crude oil in Nigeria are having a

BY ONOME AMUGE The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has projected a 3.4 percent growth rate for Nigeria’s economy in the year 2022,

BY CHARLES ABUEDE The World Bank has predicted that Nigeria and South Africa’s economy will grow 4.1 percent in 2022, and 4.9

There is no respite for the naira as the country’s foreign reserves shed $673.13m, plunging from $36.57bn on June 1 to $35.89bn on

BoI’s loans not received Power supply worse than ever Covid-19 pounding, ravaging industries with more to shut down Advises FG to look

Manufacturing activities in the country contracted in the month of July, dropping below the 50 index points for the third consecutive

The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) has the potential to re-write the African continent’s history of