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NSE Reviews 2015, Predicts Trends for 2016 Capital Market

By Simon Ugwu The year 2016 is predicted to be a challenging year for the capital market and the Nigerian economy. This is evident as the year began with the continued depreciation of the naira against the dollar and uncertainties around the direction of economic policies, which affected negatively an …

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Worthy Paradigms

“The man who moves a mountain begins by carrying small stones.” Confusius By this time next month, President Mohammadu Buhari’s ministerial nominees that get legislative endorsements shall be about their portfolios. Lucky chaps. Many Nigerians could not play the real politick to win elections, but wished they could get political …

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2015: Crude oil production challenge

By Markus Droll (who says Nigeria must surmount multiple challenges to produce crude oil in 2015). The global oil market today is very volatile. After four years of relative oil price stability at $110 per barrel, between mid-2014 and January this year, the oil price dropped to $50 per barrel, …

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Banking: 2015 is a year of two halves

Ladi Balogun, Group Managing Director, First City Monument Bank, FCMB and scion of the doyen of merchant banking in Nigeria, Otunba Olasubomi Balogun, speaks with Business Eye at our CEO column. He says the FCMB Group will remain a major conduit of portfolio investment into the stock market. Preview Last …

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Sports outlook for Nigeria in 2015

Nigeria in 2015 Special Edition By Paul Bassey (who predicts a favourable atmospher for Nigeria’s sports in 2015) The concept of “drawing board” is universal. It is an analysis, taking stock, going back to faltering point for the purpose of making amends. In Nigeria, it is not so. Here, “drawing …

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2015: Not much for women

Nigeria in 2015 Special Edition Dr. Idongesit Eshiet, a lecturer with the Department of Sociology, University of Lagos and researcher on gender and development issues previews women issues for 2015.  How I see it As an election year, it simply means that the political tempo will increase. There will be …

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Education should give cultural Identity

Nigeria in 2015 Special Edition By Dr. Chiedozie Okoro (who spoke with Bunmi Shofola) Education involves a wider scope than literacy, though literacy can help enhance education. Acquiring skills on how to read and write should not foreshadow education, literacy should rather amplify education. Education is a holistic and comprehensive programme …

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Fighting corruption is Buhari’s Mandate

Nigeria in 2015 Special Edition Chief Michael Agbamuche, senior member of the Nigerian Bar, 35 years standing, is a member of the International Bar Association and the Institute of Taxation of Nigeria. He is a resource person of the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies and takes a look at the …

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Lighting the belligerent darkness

Nigeria in 2015 Special Edition By Boluwaji Apanishile  Expectations are high that 2015 shall usher in improved power supply needed to leapfrog the generally dull productivity levels in Nigeria. The country does not have stable electricity, but there is high hope for improvements even as the country’s power sector needs …

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Buyers shall prevail in 2015

Nigeria in 2015 Special Edition Sir Sunny Nwosu, The Knight of  Saint Sylvester the Pope, KSS, and Grand Carrier of the Order of Anchor, GCOA, the highest honour in the Boys Brigade runs the Independent Shareholders Association of Nigeria, ISAN, a Non-Government Organisation, NGO, where he teaches shareholders how to …

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