It’s been through some hard times, but things may be looking up for Nigeria’s stock market. The CEO of the Nigerian Stock Exchange explains the reasons why.
Nigeria’s economy is projected to grow to over US$650bn by 2022, but is it a good time for investors to put money into the country?
Africa’s entertainment sector has seen a boom over the last decade, with music one of the main drivers of growth.
The UAE’s ties have traditionally been with North Africa, but a number of factors are now persuading Emirati firms to look south of the Sahara.
Nigeria’s banks have avoided crisis in the aftermath of the 2014 oil price crash, but the central bank is keeping a close watch on them.
Low demand and competition from shale are causing problems for OPEC, but some recent trends may provide Africa’s oil-producing countries with grounds for hope.
Nigeria has come out of recession, but the volatility of the oil revenues on which the country is still so dependent are a cause of uncertainty.
In the absence of decisive leadership, Nigeria’s economic and security problems are being left to fester.
“Nigeria has learned from its setbacks,” according to Zenith Bank chairman Jim Ovia
Nigeria’s biggest company is taking an interest in agribusiness. This is good news for the sector.