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Foreign investors withdraw N483bn from stock market
Nigeria Punch

Foreign investors withdraw N483bn from stock market

European Stock Market. | credits: topnews.net.nz Foreign portfolio investment outflow from the Nigerian Stock Exchange amounted to N482.91bn in the first eight months of the year, data obtained from the Exchange showed. According to the ... Nigeria Punch, 2 months ago
Investors retreat The Nation Nigeria, 1 month ago
SweetCrude Reports

Nigerian Content plugs $380bn oil industry drain

*2 million jobs outflow in 4 years *Retains $5.4bn in local economy Yemie ADEOYE 20 November 2014, Sweetcrude, Yenagoa FOUR years after the Nigerian Content Act was passed by the National Assembly, the initiative has saved the country no ...
 SweetCrude Reports1 month ago

Growth rate slashed to 5 percent

NIGERIAS growth rate will slow to about 5 percent next year as a drop in oil price and a depreciating currency put pressure on the economy of Africa's biggest crude producer, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The drop in crude ...
 IOL26 minutes ago Nigeria's Growth to Slow to 5% in 2015 After Oil Drop, IMF Says  Bloomberg2 days ago
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Zambia Post

How Nigeria fuels illicit financial flows through waivers, concessions to multinationals

Country responsible for 30% of IFFs in Africa ALREADY responsible for over 30 per cent of illicit financial flows (IFFs) in Africa, the government of Nigeria may continue to fuel outflows if arbitrary concessions, pioneer status and waivers ...
 The Guardian Nigeria4 days ago 'How Govt Fuels Illicit Financial Flows Through Waivers, Concessions to Multinationals'  Individual.com3 days ago Zambian copper in illicit financial flows  Zambia Post1 month ago

African Press Review 16 December 2014

Nigerian motorists queue for petrol as oilworkers strike. Nobody opposes Malema in the Economic Freedom Fighters leadership election. Conflict in South Sudan has cost thousands of lives. Kenya's been conned. Media fear new anti-terror moves will hit ...
 Individual.com4 days ago Africa: African Press Review 16 December 2014  AllAfrica.com4 days ago : African press review 16 December 2014  Radio France Internationale5 days ago
The Nation Nigeria

G-Media Releases Phone Swap, Tango With Me On DVD

— Dec 19, 2014 | Two of Nigeria's blockbusters Tango with Me by Mahmood Ali-Balogun and Phone Swap by Kunle Afolayan will hit the film markets this Yuletide, giving opportunity to those who didn't see them at the cinemas and ...
 Leadership2 days ago Finally, Phone Swap, Tango With Me Go On DVD  The Guardian Nigeria1 week ago G-Media releases DVD of Phone Swap, Tango with Me  The Nation Nigeria1 week ago
Irrawaddy

India Ranks 3rd Globally In Illegal Fund Outflows

Crime and corruption are draining a record $1 trillion a year from poor and middle-income nations with the disappearance of dirty money hitting some of the world's poorest regions hardest. India is ranked third globally with an estimated $94.76 ...
 Businessworld India5 days ago Developing Nations Losing Record $1 Trillion a Year in Dirty Money: Report  Irrawaddy6 days ago China, India and Russia Among Most Corrupt Developing Countries  International Business Times India4 days ago Graft, crime draining $1 trillion a year from developing nations  Asian Age4 days ago
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IOL Business Report

Nigeria Sinks Below Zimbabwe Stock Valuations on Oil Rout

(Updates with opposition candidate in 17th paragraph.) Dec. 11 (Bloomberg) -- Nigeria's Islamist insurgency, tumbling oil revenue and a looming presidential election have turned the nation's stocks into Africa's biggest laggards. The country's ...
 Washington Post1 week ago
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Rise in Nigerian stocks in new year

Paul Wallace London Nigerian stocks, the world's second-worst performers this quarter, would probably rise after the February elections, even if oil prices remained low, said Mark Mobius, the executive chairman at Templeton Emerging Markets ...
 IOL1 week ago Mobius Says Political Improvements Will Boost Nigerian Stocks  Bloomberg1 week ago Im not expecting a sell-off, says NSE CEO  Business Day Nigeria1 month ago
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Teriba: Global shocks, policy response, Nigeria's economy (1)

SINCE July 2014, after a remarkably favourable half year in which oil price raced to a peak of US$115 per barrel and equity market capitalization touched an historic peak of N14 trillion, the Nigerian economy has been buffeted by the twin shocks of ...
 The Guardian Nigeria2 weeks ago Twin global shocks, dual policy response, and Nigeria's economic outlook  Business Day Nigeria2 weeks ago Teriba - Global Shocks, Policy Response, Nigeria's Economy (2) [opinion]  Individual.com1 week ago BANK OF JAPAN : Teriba - Global Shocks, Policy Response, Nigeria's Economy (2)  4 Traders1 week ago
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