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Aigboje Aig-Imoukhuede,Nigeria, President of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) Council

The Nigerian Stock Exchange gets green light for public listing

The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) has been given a green light by its members to become a publicly listed company, it said on Thursday.

Oscar Onyema, CEO, Nigerian Stock Exchange

Nigerian Stock Exchange to seek approval for public listing

The Nigerian Stock Exchange plans to seek approval from its members on March 30 to proceed with the process of becoming a publicly listed company.

Oscar Onyema, CEO, Nigerian Stock Exchange. Credit: naija247news.com

Nigerian Stock Exchange to expand range to lure investors, says CEO Oscar Onyema

The Nigerian Stock Exchange, Africa’s second-largest, is looking to attract investors spooked by a weakened currency and oil price by offering more products ahead of a possible listing.

Kemi Adeosun, Nigeria's new finance minister, during the cabinet swearing-in ceremony in Abuja this month

Nigeria's finance minister makes non-oil revenues top priority

Nigeria’s new finance minister said raising non-oil revenues was her top priority, as the slump in oil prices continues to take its toll on Africa’s biggest crude exporter.

The Key Ministers in Nigerian President Buhari's Cabinet

Here are five key ministers in Nigerian President Buhari's cabinet

After more than seven months since he won election as president in Africa’s biggest economy, Muhammadu Buhari named his cabinet.

Kemi Adeosun, Nigeria's Minister of Finance

Nigeria's Buhari Picks Ex-Banker Adeosun as Finance Minister

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari appointed former investment banker Kemi Adeosun as finance minister as he swore in his cabinet on Wednesday, more than seven months after he won the election that ushered in the first democratic handover of power in Africa’s biggest economy.

The Nigerian Stock Exchange's website home page

Boots on the Ground: Investing in Nigeria

I had initially planned to visit Nigeria in December, but postponed my trip until February due to concerns about Ebola. On my way to San Francisco International Airport, I contemplated the wisdom of my decision, having substituted greater political risk in light of the February 14th elections, for Ebola risk.

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Bargain Hunters Pounce as Nigeria Stocks Rise for Eighth Day

Nigeria’s stocks rose in the longest winning streak since July 2013 as investors bought shares they deemed oversold following declines spurred by concern lower oil prices and elections will hurt the economy.