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Analyst explains differences between Sukuk and FGN Bond

A bond, according to Nairametrics is a fixed income debt instrument issued by the government (federal or state government) or corporate institutions with a...

‘Lagos emerges third world’s worst cities for drivers’

(FORBES) You may think traffic is bad and motorists are rude where you live, but if you’ve ever traveled abroad and rented a car,...

Prices on NSE may trade around, above current level in H2:...

Investment analysts in the capital market have said that prices on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, NSE, may trade around current levels and even higher...

What is Stamp Duty and why do we have to pay...

Nairametric define Stamp Duties as taxes paid to the Federal or State Government on documents such as Conveyances on sale, Bills of Exchange, Promissory...

28 pct adults find it impossible to enjoy holiday without alcohol:...

More than a quarter (28%) of adults find it “impossible” to enjoy a holiday without alcohol, according to a new study. The survey by travel...

100 pct hike on data, calls is inevitable: analysis

The rapidly declining average revenue per user (ARPU) for voice calls, continued constraint on access to foreign exchange (forex), government policy, naira devaluation, revenue...

Nigeria, South Africa need more growth to cut joblessness

A surge in agriculture has helped lift Africa’s biggest economies out of their slumps, but the recovery may be weak. Gross domestic product in Nigeria,...

Harvey may succeed where OPEC has struggled by boosting oil prices:...

Hurricane Harvey may achieve in global crude oil markets in a few days what OPEC and its allies have struggled to achieve in months...

Book Review: ‘A Stranger in the House’ has strong plot

"A Stranger in the House: a Novel" (Pamela Dorman Books, Viking), by Shari Lapena In her second thriller, Shari Lapena poses the question: How well...

How to grow Nigeria economy, by NEPC CEO

One way to grow the economy is to make it export-driven so it could become resilient to the vagaries of oil prices, the Chief...

For electric cars to take off, they’ll need place to charge

Around the world, support is growing for electric cars. Automakers are delivering more electric models with longer range and lower prices, such as the Chevrolet...

ANALYSIS: Oil bulls aren’t out of the woods yet

Oil investors seem to buy the idea that recovery is finally underway after three years of gluts, but a price boom seems unlikely as...

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