HERE0:7

market

Fire razes shops in Calabar market

Goods worth millions of Naira were on Friday night destroyed by fire which gutted over 100 shops in the popular Marian market in Calabar, the Cross River State capital. It was gathered that the fire, which started from one of the shops in the fruit section, spread to other shops. An eye witness, Ojah Ojah, […]

4,979
Like
Save
‘Abia has become Miyetti Allah Cattle Market’ – Nnamdi Kanu blasts Southeast governors

Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has lambasted the Abia State government over the establishment of Cattle Market in the state. Kanu said the Abia State government has changed from “God’s own state” to Miyetti Allah-owned cattle market. The IPOB leader stated this in a statement signed by the group’s […]

6,490
Like
Save
Properties worth millions of Naira destroyed as fire guts Ajao market

Millions of properties have been lost in a fire outbreak that occurred in the Ajao market, Lagos state on Wednesday, July 1. The cause of the fire outbreak is yet to be ascertained but preliminary investigations showed the fire started from a shopping mall close to the market before spreading into the market. Some adjourning houses […]

5,649
Like
Save
AKk gas pipeline to inject 2.2bscf gas to domestic market – Kyari

<p class="">The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), says the Ajaokuta Kaduna, Kano (AKK) gas pipeline project will inject 2.2 billion standard cubic feet per day of gas to the domestic market.</p> <h1>Malam Mele Kyari, NNPC Group Managing Director disclosed this at the ground breaking ceremony of the project in Ajaokuta, on Tuesday.</h1> <p class="">“<em>Upon completion, […]

102
Like
Save
Profit taking: Stock market loses N21bn

The market capitalisation which opened trading at N13.027 trillion, shed N21 billion or 0.16 per cent to close at N13.006 trillion. The post Profit taking: Stock market loses N21bn appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.

5,858
Like
Save
Nigeria’s LNG market share drops over delay in Train-7

LNG By Udeme Akpan THE Nigeria LNG Limited, yesterday, disclosed that the delay in the construction of LNG Train-7 has led to a drop in Nigeria’s global market share to seven percent from 10 percent. The company said it took more than 15 years after the completion of work on Train-6 to make progress in […]

4,339
Like
Save
NSE market capitalisation drops further by N17bn

The market capitalisation dipped N17 billion or 0.13 per cent to close at N13.136 trillion against N13.153 trillion posted on Wednesday. The post NSE market capitalisation drops further by N17bn appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.

2,126
Like
Save
Tier-1 banks, MTN, BUA boost equities market

BUA …Investors gain N122bn By Nkiruka Nnorom Investors’ fortune took a positive turn at the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) yesterday, following strong interest on the shares of BUA Cement Plc, MTN Communication Nigeria Plc and the five tier-1 banks, leading to N122 billion gains to investors. This was after the market closed last weekend in […]

3,599
Like
Save
COVID-19: Patient arrested inside Ondo market selling wares

By Dayo Johnson – Akure There was a mild drama at the popular Oja Oba market, Akure, Ondo state, weekend, as a lady allegedly diagnosed with COVID-19 in Imo state was found selling second-hand wares popularly called Tokunbo. She was subsequently arrested by the state government task force on COVID-19. Speaking on the arrest, the […]

4,710
Like
Save
Escaped COVID-19 Patient Arrested In Ondo Market Selling ‘Okrika’

An escaped coronavirus patient was on Saturday evening arrested at the popular Oja-Oba market in Akure, the Ondo State capital. The patient, a female, was said to be a trader selling second-hand clothes popularly known as ‘Okrika’ in the market. It was gathered that the patient had been diagnosed with the deadly disease in Imo […]

3,492
Like
Save
Domestic investors dominate equity market in Q1’20

Investment level up 89% Development will restore market stability – analysts By Nkiruka Nnorom Stockmarket LOCAL investors are taking advantage of the incredibly low prices of stocks in the Nigerian Stock Exchange, NSE, to increase their investments following the prolonged downward movement in equity valuation since the advent of the coronavirus, COVID-19, pandemic on the […]

3,374
Like
Save