Monday, July 24, 2017

CBN Pumps In $195m To Boost Forex Supply

 The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) yesterday supplied $195 million to stabilize the Inter-bank Foreign Exchange Market. CBN spokesman Isaac Okorafor said $100 million was...

New Paris Club refund: Know  What your state received

The federal government has released a State by State breakdown of another tranche of Paris Club refund of over-deductions on Paris Club, London Club...

The Bank Of England  unveils new bank note

The Bank of England on Tuesday unveiled a new bank note featuring Jane Austen to coincide with the author’s death 200 years ago after...

FG announces creation of $1m venture capital to boost creative industry

The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, on Monday announced the establishment of a 1-million-dollar Venture Capital to boost the Creative Industry. The...

Naira maintains stability against dollar..See current value 

The Nigerian Naira on Monday maintained its strength at the parallel market as it stayed unchanged against the Dollar, Pound Sterling, and Euro. T he...

Fed Govt hires asset tracers to go after 150 moneybags

  There is no hiding place for tax defaulters. The Federal Government has engaged the services of asset tracing-companies to investigate the tax payment status...

Naira records further gains against dollar.See current value

The Naira on Thursday recorded further gains against the dollar at the parallel market. The Nigerian currency gained 0.5 points to close at N366.5 to...

Exchange Rate: Today’s Naira Rate Against Dollar, Pound And Euro (12/7/17)

The dollars is exchanging for N368  at market rate, while GBP exchanges for N470  and the Euro for N418

Etisalat Nigeria says change of name will not affect operations

Emerging Markets Telecommunication Services Ltd. (EMTS) trading as Etisalat Nigeria on Tuesday informed its customers that the change of brand name will not affect...

Nigeria “cannot borrow any more” – Finance Minister

Nigeria must not borrow more to fund its budget and should instead raise money it needs by other means, the country’s finance minister said...