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The Nigerian Naira on Thursday, January 12, crashed further at the parallel market, edging closer to a landmark 500 units per dollar as speculated last year.
The Nigerian Naira on Wednesday, January 11, dropped one point against the American Dollar at parallel market. The Naira now trades at N492/$1from N493/$1.
The Nigerian Naira on Tuesday, January 10, strengthened against Pound at the parallel market as it now trades at N592/£1 as against the N600 rate of yesterday.
The Naira on Monday, January 9, strengthened against American Dollar at the parallel market as it now trades at N490/$1 as against the N493/$1 it was last week
As Nigeria begins its journey into the new year, the Presidency has released a list of the many achievements of President Muhammadu Buhari in the past year.
Nigerian Naira on Thursday, January 5, weakened against the American Dollar at the parallel market, otherwise known as black market for the first time in 2017.
Senator Ben Murry Bruce has called on the President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration to be focused on taking Nigeria out of recession in 2017 and end blame .
The Nigeria Naira has stayed flat against the dollar at the official interbank window and on the parallel market, January 4, but crashed against pound and euro.
Ben Bruce said that complaining about Jonathan's administration and failing to take responsibility for the current reality blocked Buhari from ending recession.
Chief Chekwas Okorie who is the chairman of the United Progressives Party (UPP) has criticised President Muhammadu Buhari for the handling of the economy.
The first working day of 2017 has seen the Nigerian Naira maintaining its low rate of N490 per dollar at parallel market, the same rate it finished with in 2016
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The general overseer of Divine Fortune Assembly in Yenagoa, Bayelsa state, Ken Esekhaigbe said the economic recession was caused by man's greed and corruption.
The 13-member Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) on November 30, in Vienna rectified their plan to commence a cut of 1.2 million barrels.
The year ended on a sad note as equities trading on the floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) finished the year 2016 with a loss of N604 billion.
Former Lagos state governor Asiwaju Ahmed Bola Tinubu has admitted that 2016 was full of challenges but assured Nigerians that their pains will ease off in 2017
Rev. Fr Ejike Mbaka of Adoration Ministry in Enugu has predicted that Nigerians sufferings and hardship will be over in 2017 even as he advised President Buhari
The opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has said that 2016 was a difficult one because of the bad policies of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC).
In the wake of the ongoing economic recession in the country, the massive celebrations that usually herald the beginning of a New Year may be totally cut off.
The Naira is one of the world’s four worst performing currencies in 2016. It was learnt that the Naira was said to have lost 36.68% of its spot returns for 2016
The current economic recession has forced the CBN not to print the small naira denominations for about a year, causing the scarcity of the notes in the economy.
In spite of the economic recession plaguing Nigeria, the federal government plans to spend over one billion naira on public relations and media lobby in 2017