By Charles Abuede   Rates credit profile B2 negative Economy severely hit by Covid-19, oil price shocks   Nigeria’s credit

BY: Moses olajuwon Obajemu Oil prices steadied on Tuesday, hanging on to gains from the previous session thanks to high compliance

BY: Moses olajuwon Obajemu Compliance with OPEC+ oil output cuts stood at 95 percent and rose to 97% in July, according to OPEC+

BY: Moses olajuwon Obajemu Oil edged further below $45 a barrel on Friday, giving up some of this week’s gain, under pressure from

After decades of an opaque, flawed and corruption-laden petrol subsidy regime, a new pump price band advised by the Petroleum Products

Companies, including their promoters, indebted to the federal government will not be allowed to participate in the newly launched bid

The rebound in oil prices has given Nigeria’s naira a reprieve, easing investors’ concern that a steep devaluation may be unavoidable.

The international oil benchmark, Brent crude, plunged to its cheapest in 18 years on Monday as it traded around $22 per barrel. This

Oil prices held near two-month highs on Friday, set for a third consecutive week of gains on expectations of an extension to OPEC+