How UBA Defied gloom: Grows profits and stock value

By OKEY ONYENWEAKU Kennedy Uzoka, GMD UBA Sweeping past recession troubles, United Bank for Africa (UBA) has grown its third quarter (Q3) 2017 profit by 33.2 per cent, one of the strongest year-on-year earnings growth rate amongst first tier deposit money banks (DMB’s) in Nigeria. UBA also pushed up its gross earnings by 25% from N265.5billion More...

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By hallmarknews On Monday, November 2nd, 2015

Why India is Buhari’s beautiful bride today

Nigeria’s President, Muhammadu Buhari is not cast in the mould of the legendary Ajala the traveller like some other Nigerian leader that we know. A careful man and a defiantly ascetic personality, he also More...

By hallmarknews On Tuesday, October 13th, 2015

NSE: Banks’ dominance threatened

For the average economic enthusiast, the daily news broadcasts from the Nigerian Stock Exchange talk frequently of Bank X or Y leading both the gainers chart and the top trades of the day. This is a pattern that More...

By hallmarknews On Tuesday, September 29th, 2015

TSA: Now how will banks make money?

  By RICHARD MAMMAH, JULIUS ALAGBE and FELIX OLOYEDE Introduction of the Treasury Single Account, TSA, by the Muhammadu Buhari administration has sent financial shock waves down the banking services industry. More...