Companies

Companies Insider

Update: Unilever slashes scale of rights issue

August 2, 2017 0

By Olamide Peters Further to Naira Insiders prediction in a recent article, Unilever has slashed the size of its rights issue after receiving reactions. Further, the scheme appears to be, offering shares to current share […]

Business Insider

Is the NSE really the talk of the town?

August 1, 2017 0

The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) is currently posting large gains week after week. Naira Insider has been vocal in its belief that the fundamentals are not strong. So the question is, why is the market […]

Companies Insider

Fidson: A Nigerian Success Story

July 28, 2017 0

Fidson Healthcare PLC is heavily publicising it’s investment and future direction. And rightly so. Fidson manufactures tablets, pastes, creams, capsules and now intravenous fluids containing antibiotics and other healthcare related active ingredients. Their strategic plan […]

Companies Insider

Corporate Funding Announcements Up. Why?

July 24, 2017 0

Announcements of corporate bond issuing and rights issue capital raising are up significantly in 2017 (Source: This Day). Many see this as a sign of economic recovery here in Nigeria. But is it? We would […]

Economy

Economy Insider

The Federal Government is broke and can not spend

August 3, 2017 0

The Minister for Budgeting and Planning yesterday stated that the Federal Government may “adjust” spending due to the large deficit. The message is clear, Nigeria is broke, we have no money. The started reason for […]

Economy Insider

Nigerian Economy to grow according to woeful IMF

August 3, 2017 0

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is predicting that the Nigerian economy will grow by 0.8% this year. The problem with IMF predictions is that they have lost a great deal of credibility around the world […]

Economy Insider

Federal Government Borrowing

July 28, 2017 0

The Senate has deferred any agreement on visiting and funds distribution until after the 6 week summer recess. Regardless of the rights or songs of further government borrowing, the Senate has effectively ensured that no […]