A daily record of operations of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has disclosed the corporation’s plans to sustain the petrol pump price crash it started last week with a healthy build-up of stocks.
The federal government, Nigerian Agip Exploration Limited (NAE) and Shell Petroleum Exploration and Production Company (SNEPCo) have completed the technical and commercial evaluation of bids for the main packages in the development of the $13.5 billion Zabazaba deepwater oil field in Oil Prospecting Lease (OPL) 245 within 14 months.
The federal government’s N135 billion bonds issued by the Debt Management Office in August was 41.5 per cent subscribed as the agency could only raise N56.05 billion from the auction.
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) at the weekend assured members of the public of its continued intervention in the interbank foreign exchange market in order to sustain liquidity and stability in the sector.
Desirous of enhancing foreign investment flow into the country, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has directed banks and other authorised dealers to immediately commence the issuance of electronic Certificates of Capital Importation (eCCI) with effect from today.
Kaduna Electric has described as “factually incorrect”, the recent media report attributed to the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) that it was rejecting power allocated to it for distribution to its customers.
Heavy transactions in the shares of some banks last week, lifted the volume of shares traded, as a turnover of 887.024 million shares worth N17.450billion was recorded in 16,955 deals by investors on the Exchange.
It may take a longer time for the country to overcome its electricity supply challenges as the distribution companies (Discos) reject generated energy from power plants.
The pressure on Nigeria to reduce its crude oil production figure of 1.8 million per day is expected to increase as the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) meets on Friday, September 22, 2017 in Vienna, Austria.
Capital market stakeholders have urged regulators to make the listing requirements for accessing the Alternative Securities Market (ASeM) less stringent to attract more small and medium enterprises (SMEs) participation on the platform, and grow the primary market segment of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE).
The Federal Government under President Muhammadu Buhari and the 36 states of the federation as well as the Federal Capital Territory have borrowed N7.51tn in the last two years, statistics have revealed.
Shareholders of Arik Air Limited have filed a N20bn suit against the Federal Government and Ethiopian Airlines over recent claims of negotiations between them for the takeover of the airline.
About N4.75tn of the total funds under the Contributory Pension Scheme has been invested in the Federal Government’s securities.
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) will this week step up its liquidity mop-up in a bid to offset impact of N333 billion inflows into the interbank money market.
Stanbic IBTC Plc facilitated $589.84 million, an equivalent of N216.47 billion, capital inflow into the country in the second quarter, Q2, 2017, ranking it first among financial institutions that imported capital into Nigeria.
The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) has secured about $1 billion from multilateral donors, including the government of Japan, to expand and rehabilitate its facilities.
Importation of vessels to Nigeria has dropped from N774billion ($2.15billion) in the last two years to N319 billion ($885.9million) due to scarcity of foreign exchange (forex).
Venezuelan oil minister Eulogio Del Pino on Friday said global oil inventories remain too high and called on OPEC and other producers to review their global output reduction pact in order to support the sector.