Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Business Growth Remains High On African Boardroom Agenda

PwC’s Africa Business Agenda report shows that 85% of African CEOs (Global: 85%) are confident in their own company’s prospects for revenue growth...
Hein Boegman CEO for PwC Africa

Africa’s CEOs Seize Opportunities Uncertainty Brings

Notwithstanding the current economic and socio-political uncertainty, numerous companies in Africa are still positive about the growth potential of the continent. PwC research across...

US Election 2016: Its Hillary’s Advantage, But Trump’s Card

US Election 2016: Its Hillary’s Advantage, But Trump’s Card BABATUNDE LASAKI Come January 20th 2017, irrespective of what happened at the Polls on Tuesday, 8th November,...
NLNG Vessel

Should Nigeria Sell Its National Assets? A view from United Capital

In response to biting macro challenges, induced by acute FX shortage, we understand the Nigerian government is contemplating selling some of its state assets...

Explaining Nigeria’s Missing Dollar Inflows Despite Naira Float (II)

Explaining Nigeria’s missing dollar inflows despite naira float (II) Here are some of the apparent reasons while FPIs are not taking advantage of the Nigeria’s...

Explaining Nigeria’s Missing Dollar Inflows Despite Naira Float (I)

The Theory of Rational Action claims human beings are abstract symbol manipulators that seek to maximize their self-interest.  The basic premise of this theory is...

Explaining Nigeria’s Missing Dollar Inflows Despite Naira Float (I)

The Theory of Rational Action claims human beings are abstract symbol manipulators that seek to maximize their self-interest.  The basic premise of this theory is...
oil rig in Nigeria

Nigeria’s Crude Oil Taps Set To Open Again But For How Long?

Behind the high walls of the Nigeria’s presidential villa referred to as Aso Rock, there must be some sighs of relief. The most deadly...
oil vandalisation

Vandals Are Having Field Day At The Expense Of Nigerians

Vandals are having a field day on Nigeria’s crude oil fields and causing the country significant problems. The latest report from the Nigeria National...

Here are the major headwinds facing Nigerian banks

The Nigerian banking market is facing serious headwinds from slow GDP growth, falling FX reserves/ availability and regulatory pressures. The regulatory pressures on banks...
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