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LAGOS, Sept 21 Nigeria's central bank sold 207 billion naira in treasuries on Thursday to mop up liquidity, a day after it raised more money than planned via a debt auction as it moved to keep borrowing costs high to support the currency, traders said.
LAGOS, Sept 20 Four Nigerian banks are operating with too many non-performing loans on their books and with liquidity ratios below the minimum requirement, two members of the central bank monetary policy committee said in statements on the bank's website.
LAGOS, Sept 14 Nigeria should see a bumper cocoa harvest in the coming season as late rains have helped boost pod production, the head of the cocoa association said on Thursday.
LAGOS Nigeria's Oando Plc held its annual shareholder meeting on Monday after regulators gave it the green light despite an ongoing dispute over its ownership structure, sending shares in the energy company higher.
LAGOS, Sept 11 A receiver appointed to rescue Arik Air, Nigeria's largest airline, is holding talks with creditors and is not negotiating a sale to Ethiopian Airlines, the country's "bad bank" said.
LAGOS, Aug 24 Nigeria's central bank said on Thursday it is setting up two financial instruments to provide liquidity support to its non-interest paying lenders.
LAGOS, Aug 3 Nigerian banks have started showing investors price quotes for the country's currency, the naira, on screens instead of giving them by phone, traders said.
LAGOS, Aug 2 Brewer Guinness Nigeria is shifting its focus from premium brands to the "lower end" volume market in order to boost sales and revive profits, it said in its rights issue share offer prospectus.
LAGOS Anglo-Dutch consumer goods group Unilever will take part in a 58.85 billion naira (122.33 million pounds) share sale by its Nigerian unit and will not convert a loan made to the subsidiary into equity, Unilever Nigeria said on Wednesday.
ABUJA/LAGOS, July 27 The head of 9mobile, the mobile operator formerly known as Etisalat Nigeria, has asked the telecoms regulator for concessions on spectrum and foreign exchange access to shore up its revenues ahead of finding new investors.