Recession, inflation rate and commodity prices

September 5, 2016

SULAIMON OLANREWAJU looks at the prices of commodities vis-à-vis a contracting economy and a galloping inflation rate.   This is not the best of times for Nigerians as the effect of the recession keeps escalating, […]

FG should heed ex-CBN govs’ advice —Experts

August 29, 2016

Last week two former governors of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) reviewed some of the policies of the government of the day scoring it low in currency management, creation of employment opportunities as well […]

CBN and economic diversification

August 15, 2016 Abdulkadir Musa

The Nigerian economy, prior to the advent petro-dollar years of the 1970s, was basically agricultural based. Agriculture contributed about 65 per cent to the GDP and represented 70 per cent of total exports. The sector […]

Why we veered into specialised exhibitions —Dele Alimi

August 1, 2016

The Director of Trade Promotions and International Relations, Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), Mr Dele Alimi,  in this interview with AKIN ADEWAKUN explains the reasons behind the Chamber’s decision  to organise specialised exhibitions, […]

Skye Bank explores new grounds in electronic banking

July 25, 2016

The mobility and sophistication of bank customers in this modern era have predisposed the evolution of alternative service channels to cater to their every time and everywhere banking needs. Today’s customers conduct their transactions from […]

AMCON: In whose interest?

July 25, 2016 Yunusa Ibrahim

The deteriorating macroeconomic environment and some earnings-constraining policies from both the monetary and fiscal authorities has seen a lot of businesses in the country gasping for breath. From banking to oil and gas, down to […]