Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Tuesday, January 8, 2018

BUSINESSDAY Why FMBN could disbursed only N193.4bn for mortgages in 41years BD INVESTIGATIVE SERIES: Mobile money is no rocket science, Ghana shows Nigeria Teleology Holdings withdraws from 9mobile project Landlords to struggle as market expects 40,000sqm office space in 2019 Stakeholders worried over uncertainty around PIB Why FG’s N8.83 trn budget is unrealistic, says NECA […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Thursday, December 3, 2019

BUSINESSDAY New Year, same story as stocks shed 1.15% Benue Governor offers N30m relief to fire victims US embassy to stick to visa interviews despite Govt shutdown OPEC supply cap dampens Egina first oil euphoria FG initiates reconciliation with labour leaders on new minimum wage Ghana leads Africa’s top economies in MSMEs’ contribution to GDP […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Friday, December 21, 2018

BUSINESSDAY Oil price slide, empty ECA signpost tough 2019 CBN pushes yields higher to maintain FX stability, lower inflation expectations ECA signs ‘3million agreement with EU for one market KWIRS expends N275m on community development, generates N20.5b in eleven months Expert highlights link between substance abuse, depression Cash-strapped consumers battle high food prices as Christmas […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Thursday, December 13, 2018

BUSINESSDAY Opposition fragmentation and likelihood of defeat Lagosians hungry for freedom as guber campaign gathers momentum Investors eye Nigeria solid minerals fortune in new mining rush Digital technology, financial inclusion major successes for banking industry in 2018 Delayed 2019 budget shows signs of fiscal consolidation but doubts over execution November records highest POS, NIP transactions […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Thursday, December 6, 2018

BUSINESSDAY Apapa gridlock set to ease as work on Ijora Bridge completed CSL stockbrokers see widen fiscal deficit in 2018 on FG’s revenue shortfalls Amosun disburses N72m for community projects in Ogun Shun acts that can trigger civil war, Ambode tells Nigerians Arbitration in Nigeria: The dawn of a new era of readiness and willingness […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Thursday, November 29, 2018

BUSINESSDAY Nigeria, Saudi Arabia advance talks on stabilisation of global crude prices 2019: No complaints of breach of campaigns rules from parties ‘ INEC Nigeria economy to grow slightly below 2% in 2018 ‘ World Bank CDC plans to invest $1.2-Billion in Nigerian banking sector in four years AFC to invest in Cameroon’s ‘1.2bn power […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Friday, November 16, 2018

BUSINESSDAY Early investors stake claim on Nigeria’s off-grid electricity market Experts advise Nigerians to cut intake of antibiotics Oil price decline adds to unease over Nigeria’s economy Coca-Cola set to exercise 100% option to buy Chi Limited Kwara pensioners call for approval of minimum wage Child trafficking, gender equality top agenda as ECOWAS Parliament begins […]

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OVERHAUL OF NATION’S REFINERIES BEGINS NEXT MONTH – IBE KACHIKWU

Minister of State for Petroleum, Dr. Ibe Kachikwu, yesterday, said the much-awaited overhaul of the country’s refineries would become a reality next month, as plans have been concluded to complete necessary arrangement with financials. The minister, who reviewed efforts of the current administration in the oil and sector, noted that President Muhammadu Buhari and the […]

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US/IRAN TENSION: OIL PRICES HIT $80 TODAY BUT NIGERIA LOSES 250,000B/D AS SHELL DECLARES FORCE MAJEURE

Oil prices hit $80 a barrel on today(17/5/18) for the first time since November 2014 on concerns that Iranian exports could fall due to renewed U.S. sanctions and reduce supply in an already tightening market but Nigeria may lose out as Shell declared force majeure on the exports of Nigeria’s major crude oil, the Bonny […]

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OIL AND GAS WILL PROVIDE HALF WORLD’S ENERGY NEEDS IN 2040, WHILE DEMAND WILL INCREASE BY 35%,

  The Secretary General of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries, (OPEC), Mohammed Barkindo has said Oil and gas together are still expected to provide more than half of the world’s energy needs from 2016 to 2040.   He made this statement at the Nigerian International Petroleum Summit, (NIPS) in Abuja   According to him, […]

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