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The Court of Appeal sitting in Enugu has adjourned till a date yet to be determined, its ruling on the applications brought before it by Innoson Group and Guaranty Trust Bank.
The bulls resurfaced at the nation’s bourse on Monday after 11 straight days of bearish trend, with some blue chips recording price appreciation.
The draws for the 2018 Principals Cup football competition held at the Corporate Head Office of Guaranty Trust Bank on Thursday 31stMay 2018.
The capital market bowed to sell pressure by investors on the first trading day in June, with crucial indicators of its performance declining.
The market capitalisation of the Nigerian Stock Exchange on Wednesday dropped to N13 trillion mark following loss recorded by Nestle and other highly capitalised stocks.
Key indicators of the performance of the Nigerian Stock Exchange declined for the third consecutive day, dropping by 0.25 per cent on Wednesday as profit taking persisted.
A Federal High Court in Lagos on Tuesday adjourned until June 27 for the Supreme Court’s decision in the trial of Innosson Nigeria Ltd for a N2.4 billion suit over alleged falsification of shipping documents.
Activities on the Nigerian Stock Exchange opened for the week on Monday still on negative posture with the market indicators losing 0.12 per cent and value dropping by 54.72 per cent.
Total Nigeria Plc on Friday at the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) topped the losers’ chart, dropping by N9.80 to close at N212 per share, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.
The market indices of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Tuesday maintained negative trend, dropping further by 0.15 per cent.
About 290 local contractors have received loans worth more than N470 billion under the Shell Contractor Support Fund set up by Shell Companies in Nigeria to help vendors and suppliers in the oil and gas industry secure funds at reduced interest rates, relaxed collateral requirements and quicker processing time.
After depreciating for four consecutive days, indicators of the performance of the Nigerian Stock Exchange rebounded by 0.26 per cent on Friday.
The Chairman of Shell Companies in Nigeria, Osagie Okunbor, on Thursday said 290 Nigerian contractors received loans valued at over N472 billion under the Shell Contractors Support Fund (SCSP).
Transactions on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) maintained a downward trend on Tuesday, with the All-Share Index declining by 0.04 per cent.
The United Kingdom has vowed never to separate children of immigrants from their parents should the need for deportation arise.
A Minna Magistrates’ Court, has ordered the remand of 20-year-old farmer, Sanusi Magaji, for allegedly causing hurt.
As Super Eagles of Nigeria continue to intensify preparation ahead of their Friday’s make or break tie against Iceland in Volgograd, former Super Eagles captain Garba Lawal has urged Rohr to field players who are willing to give 200% on the pitch of play
The UN refugee agency chief Filippo Grandi said Tuesday during a visit to Libya the key to resolving Europe's migration crisis was "co-operation" rather than disjointed efforts by individual states.
Argentina forward Lionel Messi does not need to win the World Cup to be considered an all-time great, says former striker Hernan Crespo.
Paul Pogba has been stripped of France’s winning goal in Saturday’s 2-1 Group C victory over Australia in Kazan, with his 81st-minute strike ruled as an Aziz Behich own goal.
Like most Germans, Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp admits to being a big fan of Iceland as the minnows attempt to shock giants Argentina in their World Cup debut on Saturday.
Sudan’s central bank governor Hazem Abdelqader has died of a heart attack while on a visit to Turkey, the Sudanese presidency said on Saturday.
Argentina are rallying around captain Lionel Messi as the South American giants prepare for their crucial Group D clash with Croatia here on Thursday.
Enugu State Traditional Rulers’ Council on Saturday honoured Gov. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi for his efforts in community development.