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  1. Breaking News NSE Suspends Sell Of Shares On Oando
  2. Stocks Drift At Record Highs; Dollar Rally Pauses
  3. Gold Is Better Than Bitcoin, Goldman Sachs Says
  4. Authoritarian Cryptocurrencies Soon To Be Unveiled
  5. Macroeconomics Is In The Process Of Getting A Lot Harder
  6. Abuja DisCo Installs 88,000 Meters, Targets 120,000 By December
  7. NERC Delays Electricity Tariff Review For The Fourth Time
  8. NLNG Seeks $315m Judgement Debt From NIMASA
  9. Nigeria, South Africa Vie For Africa’a Biggest Economy
  10. How Nigeria, Others Can Tackle Corruption - IMF, Others
  11. World Bank Disagrees With Adeosun On FG's Borrowing
  12. Insurance Critical To FG's Agricultural Agenda – Africa Re
  13. Nigeria Can’t Achieve Much Without Stable Energy
  14. Targets $150 Billion From Non-oil Export In 10years
  15. Factors To Watch On African Markets - Oct. 16
  16. Kaduna, Warri Refineries Shuts Down Over Operation Costs
  17. Shareholders Approve N1.985bn Dividend
  18. NNPC Lures Investors To Establish Refinery In Akwa Ibom
  19. Dangote To Employ Several Graduates In Rice Farming Initiative
  20. FG Must Borrow More To Deliver Infrastructure – Kemi Adeosun
  21. Nigeria’s Population Growing Faster Than Its Economy, Says IMF
  22. NETELLER announces new fees structure
  23. Euro Zone Bailout Fund May Get Monitoring Powers In 2018
  24. NPA MD Wants State Of Emergency Declared At Ports
  25. Bi-Courtney Denies Owing FAAN N2 Billion
  26. Bitcoin Rise To Record Above $5,300
  27. Pension Fund Assets Increased By N862bn
  28. AxaMansard, Diamond Bank, Linkage Lead NSE Market Gain
  29. President Buhari Asked Us To Focus On Northern Nigeria — World Bank
  30. Senate Suspends Consideration Of Immigration Budget
  31. IMF Warns Nigeria Over Rising Foreign Debts
  32. NDDC, NEXIM Bank To Set Up N2.5bn Export Development Fund
  33. World Bank Sees Modest Growth Recovery In Sub-saharan Africa
  34. Discos Reduce Metering Gap By 2.2 Million Since 2013 Privatisation
  35. Dangote Refinery Will Boost Nigeria’s Foreign Investment - IPMAN
  36. African Markets - Factors To Watch On Oct. 11
  37. We’re Using Recovered Looted Funds To Finance 2017 Budget – FG
  38. Elumelu Ask FG To Sell Discos To New Investors
  39. Inflation To Remain High In Nigeria Next Year
  40. Buhari Asks N’Assembly To Approve $5.5bn Foreign Loans
  41. $25bn Contracts: EFCC, ICPC Should Decide Kachikwu, Baru’s Fate –SERAP
  42. Nigeria Is World's Largest Producers Of Yam - Minister
  43. New We engage,We recruit,We train and Uphold International Standards
  44. Factors To Watch On African Markets - Oct. 10
  45. Collect N40bn Electricity Debts From States - FG Charges Discos
  46. Nigeria’s Forex Reserves Rise To $32.7bn
  47. EFCC Charges Oil Marketers Over N7.8bn Fraud
  48. 'My Success Story' Dangote Shares With Foreign Investors
  49. NAICOM Meets Governors On Compulsory Insurance Policy
  50. FG Will Not Burden Nigerians With Unserviceable Debts – Adeosun
  51. Exit From Recession Spurs N1.05tn Investment In Stock Market
  52. Britain Has Until Oct. 15 To Spend Its Old Round Coins
  53. How To Avoid Another Recession In Nigeria – ICAN
  54. Nigerian Senators Earn More Than Trump, UK PM — Oyebola
  55. 360,000 Nigerian Youth To Get Jobs Through New Agric. Scheme
  56. 10 online businesses in Nigeria
  57. NAICOM, Kaduna Govt To Collaborate On Compulsory Insurance
  58. Sterling Hits One-month Low, Heads For Worst Week In A Year
  59. Nigeria Earned N362.43bn From Crude Oil Export In July
  60. Dollar Set For Fourth Week Of Gains As Markets Cut Short Bets
  61. 2018 Budget May Exceed N10trn - Saraki
  62. Nigeria Produced 32.70bn Barrels Of Oil Worth N118.49tn In 47 Years
  63. FG To Shutdown NERFUND Over N17.5 Billion Loans
  64. NNPC Records $471.9 Million Export Receipts
  65. South Africa’s Net Foreign Reserves Hit $42.651bn In September
  66. Zimbabwean Police Arrest 3 Chinese, Others For Illegal Currency Deals
  67. FG Injects N100bn Sukuk Proceeds Into 25 Road Projects
  68. Customs Seizes 3,665 Vehicles Worth N13.164bn Duty Since 2015
  69. FG Urged To Tackle Barriers To Trade To Boost Forex Inflows
  70. Forex Daily Turnover Rise To 8.05%, $367.44m At I&E Window
  71. Factors To Watch On Oct. 5 African Markets
  72. Investors’ Education: ‎SEC, IOSCO Celebrate World Investors Week
  73. Egypt Banks Lift Reserve Requirement Amid Inflation Battle
  74. Egypt Considers Delay Of Bond Sale As It Eyes Market Conditions
  75. Oil Price Falls As Industry Data Shows Gasoline Build
  76. FADAMA Partners NIRSAL To Improve Farmers’ Productivity, Income
  77. World Bank Projects $22bn Diaspora Remittance To Nigeria In 2017
  78. China’s Proven Gold Reserves Hit 12,100 Tonnes At 2016 Year End
  79. IFC Partners Accion, Other MFBs To Deepen Financial Inclusion
  80. Nigerian Economy Still Vulnerable, NBS’ Yemi Kale Warns
  81. Oil Prices Fall For 2nd Day On Oversupply Concerns
  82. Dollar Hits 1-1/2-month High As Yields Rise On U.S. Economic Outlook
  83. Asian Shares Shrug Off Energy Blues, U.S. Dollar Firms
  84. US Buys $2.7bn Nigerian Crude In 6 Months
  85. Naira Stability: Buhari Commends CBN
  86. Adeosun, Stanbic IBTC Raise Hopes On Economy, FDI Inflows
  87. Factors To Watch On African Markets - Oct. 2
  88. Dollar Rise Above Euro As Investors Watch Catalan Vote Aftermath
  89. Oil Prices Drop As Sept. Opec Output Rises
  90. Euro Knocked Down By Spanish Vote; Asia Data Cheer Stocks
  91. New How to rank your website or blog high in Google search engine
  92. Financial Reforms In Europe Raise Questions For The US
  93. Naspers Buys $775M Stake In German Online Food Group
  94. Coca-Cola Nigeria To Invest $600M on New Products
  95. China, Nigeria Trade Value Hits N2.3 Trillion
  96. Foreign Debt Payment To Gulp $11.62 Billion In 10 Years
  97. Toshiba $18bn Sale Of Chip Unit Finally Signed
  98. Nigeria Welcomes Oversubscribed Debut Sukuk Bond
  99. Kaduna State Signs MoU For $2.4bn Bio-fuel Factory
  100. Equity Market Rebounds With N52bn Gain
  101. FG To Sell $5.5bn of Eurobonds By Year-End
  102. 10 online businesses in Nigeria
  103. Africa’s Loss To Tax Evasion Triples Yearly In Foreign Aid - Osinbajo
  104. FG’s N100bn Debut Sukuk Oversubscribed By 6%
  105. 2017 Budget: Senate Summons Udoma, Adeosun
  106. Factors To Watch On African Markets - Sept 27
  107. Federal Allocation Drops 28.3% In August
  108. Kaduna IRS Generates N16 Billion From January To August
  109. NNPC Subsidiary, NETCO Records N5.1bn Profit For 2015, 2016
  110. Oil Hits Highest At $58.37 In 2 Years
  111. NCC Reinstates Commitment To Strengthen Telecom Industry
  112. Africa Will Soon Become World’s Food Basket – Dangote
  113. Trade Between Nigeria, EU Hits €20 Billion
  114. Money Market Review
  115. Factors To Watch On African Markets - Sept 25
  116. Sukuk Bond: FG Not Planning To Islamise Nigeria
  117. Some Insurance Firms Are Too Financially Feeble
  118. Euro, NZ Dollar Slips After German Elections
  119. Oil Maintains Gains As Market Rebalances
  120. Cashew Exports On The Rise Despite 85% Increase In Prices
  121. Local Airfares Up By 57% Due To Inflation
  122. Fears Over Amendment Of Pension Reform Act
  123. 74% Of London’s Priciest Homes Are Bought Using Mortgages
  124. How Do Foreigners Create Wechat Pay Account (For Individual)?
  125. FG Gets N133.4bn From NCC In 2 Years
  126. Sterling Strengthens Vs. Dollar As Investors Bet On November BoE Hike
  127. Factors To Watch On Sept. 21 - African Markets
  128. Dollar Rises To 2-month High Vs. Yen
  129. FG Committed To 7% Growth Rate By 2020 - Udoma
  130. ‘Currency Speculators Forced Out Of Foreign Exchange Market’
  131. Dana Gas Case Turns Spotlight On Sukuk Debt Tensions
  132. More Eurobonds To Be Released In Late 2017 – DMO Boss
  133. Eurobond: Nigeria’s Debt Profile To Rise With New Issues
  134. N241bn Outflow Via Sukuk Bond, TB Auctions Hit Interbank Market
  135. $100 Oil Not Possible In 2018 - Kachikwu
  136. Shippers Urge FG To Pay Attention To Port Infrastructure
  137. Naira Stability Threatened By Illegal Dollar Evacuation – Gwadabe
  138. Pound Is Week’s Best Performer, More Gains Expected
  139. Investors Eye For Nigeria’s Coal, Nickel, Zinc, Bitumen, ‎Gold
  140. Factors To Watch On African Markets - Sept. 18
  141. Diezani: EFCC Traces $1.5bn To Swiss Account
  142. The Summer Of Bitcoin Ends Badly On China Crackdown
  143. Sterling's Rally Temporary, Julius Baer Economist Says
  144. Dollar Crashes After Weak US Retail Sales
  145. Bitcoin Up By 13%, Still Down For The Week
  146. Inflation Drops 7th Consecutive Months To 16.01%
  147. Pound Sentiment Is The Most Bullish In More Than 3 Years
  148. Bitcoin Crashes Amid China Cryptocurrency Crackdown
  149. China To Create Framework For Support Of Virtual Currencies
  150. Oil Heads For A 2nd Weekly Gain As Demand Rise
  151. Nigeria Spends $3.3bn On Importation Of Steel Products - Fayemi
  152. Nigeria's Reserves Hit 31-month High, Oil Rebounds To 5-month High
  153. Electricity: 11 DisCos Reject 7,308mw In 8 Days
  154. Breaking News How mining Council will increase growth in mining sector – Fayemi
  155. Nigeria Earned N506bn From International Trade In Q2
  156. Naira Falls To N367 To The Dollar
  157. FG Offers Insurance Cover For Ranch Operators
  158. Budget: Low Revenue Generation Delays Funds Release
  159. Tax Reform, Flexible Exchange To Help Economic Growth - UBS
  160. FG To Spend N100bn Sukuk Fund On Road Infrastructure
  161. Aiico, Flour Mills, Nestle Top Losers As Market Sheds N63 Billion
  162. How to make a minimum of #10,000 to #15,000 every week online
  163. FG, States Need N700 Billion Monthly For Salaries, Debt Servicing
  164. Generates N1.2 Billion From Alien Cards In 12 Months
  165. London Retains Crown As World’s Top Financial Center
  166. U.S. Stocks Hit Record As Irma Threat Recedes
  167. China To Ban Bitcoin Exchanges While Allowing OTC
  168. Foreign Investors Bringing Capacity For Bigger Risks – Salami
  169. Factors To Watch On Sept. 11 - African Markets
  170. FIRS Boss Fowler Named As UN Member Of Global Tax Committee
  171. What To Know Before Applying For A Car Loan
  172. FG Seeks More Investment From Poland, Others
  173. Arik Shareholders Files N20bn Suit Against FG, Ethiopian Airlines
  174. FG, States Have Borrowed N7.51tn Under Buhari
  175. Nigeria’s Economy Under Great Threat, US Says
  176. ABCON Chief Gwadabe Predicts End To Unstable Forex Market
  177. how to start recharge card printing business
  178. Dangote Cement Lifts Market As Stocks Gain N175bn, 4.7%
  179. Nigeria To Learn Sustainable Economic Recovery From Tanzania
  180. Tin Can Island Customs Made N183bn In 8 Months
  181. FG Approves N20 Billion For Export Claims Settlement
  182. NNPC, ExxonMobil Target Increased Crude Oil, Gas Production
  183. Sovereign Wealth Fund Grows To $2 Billion
  184. Get Technocrats To Manage Economy, Group Tells Buhari
  185. Telecoms Sector Adds N1.5 Trillion To GDP, NCC Says
  186. Akwa Ibom State Launches Africa’s Largest Syringe Factory
  187. Naira May Fall On Dollar Shortage
  188. BDC Chairman Faces Trial Over Alleged N8.8m Fraud
  189. Pat Utomi, Others Advise FG To Focus On Non-oil Sector After Recession
  190. How to make $5 - $15 daily to your skrill account
  191. Nigerian Woman Arrested Over N700m Forex Fraud
  192. Govt. Offers Tax Holidays, Duty Waivers To Mining Investors
  193. We’ll Grow The Economy As Fast As Possible – Udoma
  194. Impact Of Progression To Be Felt Soon - NBS
  195. Customs Stop Cross-examination Of Cleared Cargoes At Port Gates
  196. Price Of Crude Oil Rises To 4 Week High
  197. Bitcoin Price Recovering After Falling $1,000 In 3 Days
  198. FG Launches Pre-offer Roadshow For N100bn Sukuk bonds
  199. Osinbajo To Open 12th Abuja Int'l Trade Fair
  200. Factors To Watch On African Markets - Sept. 6
  201. FIRS Generates N2.5tr In 8 Months
  202. Bank Credit To Private Sector Rises To N22.2trn
  203. Asian Stocks Fall As North Korea Provocations Continue
  204. South Africa Exits Recession in Second Quarter as GDP Rises 2.5%
  205. DMO Sets Nigeria's Borrowing Limit At $22bn
  206. IMF Endorses Economic Reforms, Extends Program In Ghana
  207. States Raised N791.2 Billion Bonds
  208. FG Closes Down 2 Companies Over N100bn Illegal Mining
  209. Yen Jumps, Asian Stocks Fall After N'Korea Bomb Test
  210. NBS Releases Q2 Capital Importation Report
  211. North Korea's Nuclear Test Falls Korean Stocks, Currency
  212. Bitcoin Investment Trust Down By 20%
  213. NBS To Confirm Nigeria’s End OF Recession Tuesday
  214. Fuel Prices Go As Petrol Shortage Hits US
  215. FG's Annual Pension Liabilities May Rise Above N474.12bn
  216. FG Owes N125bn Debt To Egbin Power Plant
  217. Petrol Now N130/ltr At Depots, N142/ltr At Stations - NNPC Says
  218. Euro Zone Inflation Rises Above Expectation To 1.5% In August
  219. Germany’s Allianz Buys Nigerian Insurer For $35 Million
  220. Sinopec: US Probes Chinese Oil Giant Over Nigeria Bribery Allegations
  221. China To Build $5.8 Billion Hydropower Plant In Nigeria
  222. How to export local products and make a lot of profit
  223. How to start recharge card printing business in nigeria
  224. Forex: Euro Hits 18-month High Against Dollar
  225. Breaking News Buhari Receives Economic Briefing From Adeosun, Udoma, Emefiele
  226. 98% Of Documents In Crude Sale Transactions Fake, Says NNPC
  227. Euro Hits Two-and-a-half Year High, Here's Why
  228. Nigeria Faces Financial Uncertainty As Investors Shun New Bond Issue
  229. How Plans To Sell Arik At A Beggarly Amount Failed
  230. Fg Spent N1.3 Trillion On Debt Service For 2016
  231. Exchange Rate: Foreign Airlines Increase Fares
  232. Nigeria Pays $120m Demurrage On Imported Fuel Annually
  233. How Nigeria Can Draw Huge Investmen - SBM Chief
  234. Nigerians Spent $1.5 Trillion On Foreign Education 2016
  235. Factors To Watch On Aug. 28 African Markets
  236. Breaking News Inflation Rate Drops For Sixth Consecutive Time To 16.05% - NBS
  237. Europe Stocks Drop As Euro Gains; Dollar Steadies
  238. House C’ttee Threatens BoI Boss Over N8bn Bad Debts
  239. France To Give $513 Million Loan To Iraq
  240. Softbank Injects $4.4b Into Wework
  241. US Invests $50 Million Into Nigeria’s Clean Energy Projects
  242. Asian Stocks Mixed Ahead Of Central Bank Meeting At Jackson Hole
  243. Pound Drops To 2-Month Low As U.K. Softens Brexit Stance
  244. FAAC: FG, States, LGs Share N467.8bn For July
  245. Capital Imported Into Nigeria In 2017 Q2 Increases 95%
  246. Coca-Cola, PespiCo, Others Agree To Reduce Sugar
  247. FG, States, LGs Shared N2.8trn In 6 Months, Says NEITI
  248. Sterling Fights After 6-Week Low Against Dollar
  249. How to start a legitimate business
  250. ECB Minutes Shows Stocks Drop, Bonds Gain, Euro Falls