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Wanted: Shareholder Activism

Markets are like colonies of ants each ant milling around busy at its own unique orgy of activity. The sum of all ant activities...

Broad Street Watch: What really is Nigeria doing right?

  Teslim Shittay-Bey  | It is almost cliché that Nigeria is the sick man of Africa. All things dark and ugly have gradually found a nestling...

The market has been on its knees, but darkness ends now…Kayode Okunola

Kayode Okunola takes his stocking broking knowledge seriously, no more so than in these times of crippling recession when listed companies seem to be...

UACN: Elegy for an octopus

UACN use to be a giant. In another life it was the most highly capitalized company on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), if any...

Four Charts and two theories: Explaining Nigeria’s economic dilemma

Godwin Emefiele, the usually taciturn Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), governor smugly remarked that the country could not afford an interest rate reduction because...

Broad Street Notes

Analyst: Teslim K. Shitta-Bey, Email:[email protected] Economic Overview It is not news that Nigeria's economy is tanking with admission by the finance Minister that the economy has skidded into...

The market has been on its knees, but darkness ends now – Kayode Okunola

Kayode Okunola takes his stocking broking knowledge seriously, no more so than in these times of crippling recession when listed companies seem to be...

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