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Thursday, May 25, 2017

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Nigeria to process all tourist, business visas in two days

Nigeria will process all tourist and business visas within two days, the vice president's office said on Friday, as Africa's largest economy, mired in...

Nigeria to raise $3.5bn from foreign loans, eurobonds

Nigeria plans to raise $3.5 billion in foreign loans from the World Bank and international debt markets to help fund its 2017 budget deficit. Budget...

Nigeria to reduce petrol importation to 60%

Nigeria has expressed commitment to the plan to reduce importation of petroleum products from the present 95 per cent to 60 per cent by...

Ugandan workers to lose jobs as Cane shortage hikes Sugar prices

Sugar producers in Uganda have blamed the sharp increase in the prices of the commodity on sugarcane shortages that have more than doubled the...

US promises to sustain its exchange programmes in Nigeria

The American government says it has more than 20 exchange programmes with Nigeria and it is willing to sustain them. The counselor for Public Affairs...

Trump slump deepens after worst falls for dollar since July

The dollar extended losses against the yen and the Swiss franc on Thursday as investors feeling increasingly nervous over the future of Donald Trump's...

Sovereign funds pull $18.4 billion from global markets in first-quarter 2017

Sovereign wealth funds pulled $18.4 billion (£14.1 billion) from global stock and bond markets in the first quarter of 2017, notwithstanding robust equity gains...

New Bank of Ireland CEO to bring international experience to the...

Bank of Ireland yesterday announced that Francesca McDonagh would become its chief executive later this year, replacing Richie Boucher in the role. Ms McDonagh...

Second Labour Council Group Barred from Tory Coalition deal

Scottish Labour bosses have barred a second council group from doing a deal with the Tories after a “civil war” erupted between party chiefs...

Asia drops as White House turmoil hits risk sentiment, dollar bruised

TVC NEWS Asian stocks fell on Thursday in line with global peers, and the dollar nursed deep losses against the yen as uncertainty mounted...
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