Sunday, March 24, 2019

JPMorgan to Remove Nigeria From Emerging-Market Bond Indexes

PMorgan Chase & Co. has excluded Nigeria from its local-currency emerging-market bond indexes tracked by more than $200 billion of funds, after restrictions on...

UK crime agency authorised to seize cash from Nigeria ex-oil minister: court

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's National Crime Agency (NCA) obtained court permission on Monday to temporarily seize 27,000 pounds ($41,000) from a former Nigerian oil...

CRUDE: Nigeria reaches out to Asian refiners

By Clara Nwachukwu, with agency reports Despite the free fall in global oil prices, Federal Government has insisted that it would not indulge in...

The fight to get Google to pay for news continues in Europe

Catherine Stupp is a freelance journalist based in Berlin. BERLIN — The European Union’s new commissioner for digital affairs didn’t waste any time. Days before...

Concerns over the performance of the Egyptian economy are growing.

NewsZents. NY : Concerns over the performance of the Egyptian economy are growing. The 2015 Business Barometer Index (BBI), an index that tracks business...

MTN CEO Sifiso Dabengwa resigns

NewsZents.NY: Chief executive of MTN Sifiso Dabengwa has resigned in the wake of the mobile giant’s battle with Nigerian regulators. In a release on Monday...

USA: Political parties, not voters, choose their presidential nominees.

Political parties, not voters, choose their presidential nominees, a Republican convention rules member told CNBC, a day after GOP front-runner Donald Trump rolled up...

Iran: Inflation hits almost 14%

The inflation rate for the 12-month period ended on the last day of the seventh Iranian calendar month of Mehr (October 22) was 13.3...

China launches new communication satellite

CHINA on Wednesday morning put a new communication satellite into orbit from the southwestern Xichang Satellite Launch Center. The "ChinaSat 2C" satellite was launched at...

China’s growth hits 25-year low, within official target

NEWSZENTS: CHINA'S economy grew 6.9 percent year on year in 2015, the slowest annual expansion in a quarter of a century, but is still...