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  • Re: Economicwatch Post #289220
    Posted at: 11:48 am, 28th May 2017
    by Sean12010. SMN . Joined: 15th February 2014. Thanked 3 times.

    duduspace;289219 wrote:
    are you sure about this oga waves, there is a distinct possibility that some ogas are still waiting for that n1000/dollar exchange rate. :d

    :d:d:d:d


  • Re: Economicwatch Post #289219
    Posted at: 11:28 am, 28th May 2017
    by duduspace. SMN . Joined: 13th February 2007. Thanked 351 times.

    Waves;289218 wrote:
    Don't worry, they will soon come back. Some are busy speculating on currencies and Bitcoins. Reality is catching both.

    Are you sure about this Oga Waves, there is a distinct possibility that some Ogas are still waiting for that N1000/dollar exchange rate. :D


  • Re: Economicwatch Post #289218
    Posted at: 11:26 am, 27th May 2017
    by Waves. SMN . Joined: 12th March 2009. Thanked 275 times.

    Getthere;289217 wrote:
    Things were already bad before the disruption.The admins were not active anymore before the disruption.

    What i find curious is that someone made the effort to restore the site,but did not think it necessary to empower some people that would ensure the smooth running of the place.

    The place is almost on auto run now

    Don't worry, they will soon come back. Some are busy speculating on currencies and Bitcoins. Reality is catching both.


  • Re: Economicwatch Post #289217
    Posted at: 12:14 pm, 26th May 2017
    by Getthere. SMN . Joined: 23rd May 2013. Thanked 8 times.

    duduspace;289216 wrote:
    Its the long period of disruption that caused it. I think some of the more efficient Ogas like Oracle, KOD, Rado, waan5, netotse, e.t.c. have either moved on to other things or are otherwise temporarily engaged elsewhere.

    Things were already bad before the disruption.The admins were not active anymore before the disruption.

    What i find curious is that someone made the effort to restore the site,but did not think it necessary to empower some people that would ensure the smooth running of the place.

    The place is almost on auto run now


  • Re: Economicwatch Post #289216
    Posted at: 9:38 am, 26th May 2017
    by duduspace. SMN . Joined: 13th February 2007. Thanked 351 times.

    shigidi;289215 wrote:
    Im sorry to say this. But perhaps the site should be shut down. Its better the forum ends a respectable one than to be downgraded to this level.

    Its the long period of disruption that caused it. I think some of the more efficient Ogas like Oracle, KOD, Rado, waan5, netotse, e.t.c. have either moved on to other things or are otherwise temporarily engaged elsewhere.


  • Re: Economicwatch Post #289215
    Posted at: 8:46 am, 26th May 2017
    by shigidi. SMN . Joined: 6th July 2007. Thanked 28 times.

    Getthere;289212 wrote:
    This Guy is obviously a scammer looking for whom to rip off. Eevryone beware

    I wonder why Stockmarketnigeria.com was restored and new administrators were not appointed.Its obvious the old ones have left

    This is how a system collapses without law enforcement.

    Im sorry to say this. But perhaps the site should be shut down. Its better the forum ends a respectable one than to be downgraded to this level.


  • Re: Fidson Healthcare Plc Post #289214
    Posted at: 6:48 pm, 25th May 2017
    by Getthere. SMN . Joined: 23rd May 2013. Thanked 8 times.

    http://nse.com.ng/Financial_NewsDocs/18255_FIDSON_HEALTHCARE_-_PRESS_RELEASE_CORPORATE_ACTIONS_MAY_2017.pdf


    FIDSON HEALTHCARE PLC
    RE: THE SPECULATIVE NEWS OF PROPOSED FIDSON HEALTHCARE PLC
    AND MAY & BAKER NIGERIA PLC MERGER/ACQUISITION
    Lagos, 25 May 2017
    The Nigerian Stock Exchange drew our attention yesterday, to a
    publication in the BusinessDay newspaper of Monday, 22nd May 2017 in
    which an assertion was made that Fidson Healthcare Plc was in a
    negotiation with a competitor company, May & Baker Nigeria Plc with a
    view to acquiring or merging with the latter.
    We hereby state unequivocally, pursuant to the provisions of Rule 17.10,
    Part C, of the Nigerian Stock Exchange that: ......................


  • Re: Economicwatch Post #289213
    Posted at: 6:45 pm, 25th May 2017
    by Getthere. SMN . Joined: 23rd May 2013. Thanked 8 times.

    Lagos in focus: an overview of the city's key statistics. - CNN.com


    Lagos in focus: an overview of the city's key statistics

    May 27th marks the day Lagos State, the commercial and cultural capital of Nigeria turns 50. CNN Africa takes a look at some of the key .........


  • Re: Economicwatch Post #289212
    Posted at: 6:40 pm, 25th May 2017
    by Getthere. SMN . Joined: 23rd May 2013. Thanked 8 times.

    Juan78079;289211 wrote:
    Buy your TBC. The billion coin is a crypto currency, digital or internet money used to buy items or for the exchange of goods and services to co member of TBC or an organization. Marketers and exchangers are getting to accept the coins and merchants, trade fares are coming up also for exchange. . The value of the coins increases everyday by 1 pm in nigeria time and it never goes down.*
    Digital Currency (CryptoCurrency) is fast taking over
    globally. Call or whatsapp Tbc stake holder on (08184336340) Thanks

    This Guy is obviously a scammer looking for whom to rip off. Eevryone beware

    I wonder why Stockmarketnigeria.com was restored and new administrators were not appointed.Its obvious the old ones have left

    This is how a system collapses without law enforcement.


  • Re: Economicwatch Post #289211
    Posted at: 9:52 pm, 24th May 2017
    by Juan78079. SMN . Joined: 2nd May 2017. Thanked 0 times.

    Buy your TBC. The billion coin is a crypto currency, digital or internet money used to buy items or for the exchange of goods and services to co member of TBC or an organization. Marketers and exchangers are getting to accept the coins and merchants, trade fares are coming up also for exchange. . The value of the coins increases everyday by 1 pm in nigeria time and it never goes down.*
    Digital Currency (CryptoCurrency) is fast taking over
    globally. Call or whatsapp Tbc stake holder on (08184336340) Thanks


  • Re: Economicwatch Post #289210
    Posted at: 5:18 pm, 24th May 2017
    by Getthere. SMN . Joined: 23rd May 2013. Thanked 8 times.

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/tobyshapshak/2017/05/24/zuckerberg-backed-andela-training-company-expands-into-uganda/#76defc2657ee


    Zuckerberg-Backed Andela Training Company Expands Into Uganda


    Andela – the Nigerian-based innovative software training company which Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has invested $24-million in – is opening its third African headquarters in Uganda. Andela already operates tech campuses in Nigeria and Kenya.

    Andela was launched in 2014 to solve "the shortage of high-quality talent," its CEO Jeremy Johnson told me. "Three years ago we started Andela to build a network of top software developers across the African continent and bridge the divide between the US and African tech sectors. To say the least, it’s been a crazy run – 60,000 applicants later, we’ve shown a few people that engineers can .......


  • Re: First Bank Plc Post #289209
    Posted at: 6:11 am, 24th May 2017
    by duduspace. SMN . Joined: 13th February 2007. Thanked 351 times.

    Getthere;289205 wrote:
    You just want to waste your money. You want to blow whistle on a staunch supporter and defender of this government?

    You are the one that will be queried on where you got the money to buy the whistle

    Dem don query the person wey blow whistle on Babachir Lawal ? :D


  • Re: First Bank Plc Post #289208
    Posted at: 6:08 am, 24th May 2017
    by duduspace. SMN . Joined: 13th February 2007. Thanked 351 times.

    migiets;289204 wrote:
    Chai, the big amount was holding back the network and waiting for extra verification from the bank before it can go through. Na tasere money dey go through sharp sharp. I need to go and buy a whistle.

    Hehehe Big amount for this tasere money wey the resting elephant drop so ? What pecentage of First bank would bring such humongous amounts ?


  • Re: Economicwatch Post #289207
    Posted at: 6:00 am, 24th May 2017
    by Getthere. SMN . Joined: 23rd May 2013. Thanked 8 times.

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-05-23/nigerian-central-bank-leaves-key-interest-rate-unchanged-at-14

    Nigeria Central Bank Will Boost Dollar Sales to Support Economy

    Nigeria’s central bank will increase dollar sales to support the economy and bolster the naira after leaving its key interest rate at a record high level.

    “Interventions will be more vigorous and intense,” Governor Godwin Emefiele told reporters in the capital, Abuja, after announcing the Monetary Policy Committee’s decision to keep the benchmark rate at 14 percent. “Loosening monetary policy would exacerbate inflationary pressure” and reverse the naira’s gains on the parallel market, he said.



    The central bank has kept borrowing costs at record high since July to prop up the naira that came under pressure after prices and output of oil, Nigeria’s biggest export, crashed in mid-2014, leading to dollar shortages and pushing the inflation rate to the highest level in more than 11 years. The decline in the crude production crippled West Africa’s largest economy, which shrank 1.6 percent in 2016, the first full-year contraction in a quarter of a ..........


  • Re: First Bank Plc Post #289206
    Posted at: 2:04 pm, 23rd May 2017
    by migiets. SMN . Joined: 1st March 2008. Thanked 319 times.

    Getthere;289205 wrote:
    You just want to waste your money. You want to blow whistle on a staunch supporter and defender of this government?

    You are the one that will be queried on where you got the money to buy the whistle

    Thank you for warning me. I never knew he is 'when i see you holding the broom, i will pass over you'.


  • Re: First Bank Plc Post #289205
    Posted at: 11:45 am, 23rd May 2017
    by Getthere. SMN . Joined: 23rd May 2013. Thanked 8 times.

    migiets;289204 wrote:
    Chai, the big amount was holding back the network and waiting for extra verification from the bank before it can go through. Na tasere money dey go through sharp sharp. I need to go and buy a whistle.

    You just want to waste your money. You want to blow whistle on a staunch supporter and defender of this government?

    You are the one that will be queried on where you got the money to buy the whistle


  • Re: First Bank Plc Post #289204
    Posted at: 8:45 am, 23rd May 2017
    by migiets. SMN . Joined: 1st March 2008. Thanked 319 times.

    duduspace;289203 wrote:
    Mine dropped this morning.

    Chai, the big amount was holding back the network and waiting for extra verification from the bank before it can go through. Na tasere money dey go through sharp sharp. I need to go and buy a whistle.


  • Re: First Bank Plc Post #289203
    Posted at: 6:08 am, 23rd May 2017
    by duduspace. SMN . Joined: 13th February 2007. Thanked 351 times.

    migiets;289198 wrote:
    FBNH dividend alert dropped.

    Mine dropped this morning.


  • Re: BAGCO Plc Post #289202
    Posted at: 6:27 pm, 22nd May 2017
    by Getthere. SMN . Joined: 23rd May 2013. Thanked 8 times.

    oluborioni;289201 wrote:
    Dear all,
    I have got some Bagco shares and the last time I heard anything about it was 2012. It is so funny that I did not hear there was going to be any merging with flour Mills. Please can anybody advise me on how I may find out the present status on the share now or the process to regularise the record?

    Regards,

    Gabriel Oni.

    You need to go to the registrars for Flourmills. Like 2 or 3 years ago. Flourmills absorbed Bagco and paid off Bagco Shareholders


  • Re: BAGCO Plc Post #289201
    Posted at: 5:15 pm, 22nd May 2017
    by oluborioni. SMN . Joined: 22nd May 2017. Thanked 0 times.

    Dear all,
    I have got some Bagco shares and the last time I heard anything about it was 2012. It is so funny that I did not hear there was going to be any merging with flour Mills. Please can anybody advise me on how I may find out the present status on the share now or the process to regularise the record?

    Regards,

    Gabriel Oni.


  • Re: First Bank Plc Post #289200
    Posted at: 3:51 pm, 22nd May 2017
    by arostuff. SMN . Joined: 25th September 2010. Thanked 5 times.

    migiets;289198 wrote:
    FBNH dividend alert dropped.

    same here brother, but the amount has shrunken significantly compared to the past.


  • Re: Choosing/Rating Stockbroker Post #289199
    Posted at: 2:47 pm, 22nd May 2017
    by Getthere. SMN . Joined: 23rd May 2013. Thanked 8 times.

    yoy;289197 wrote:
    i think the best approach is to send an email to the NSE first, they would respond within a short time. also on the price limit you set, did your broker approach you with a view to resolving the issue .. you can call me on 08033258450

    I actually went to SEC to lay the complaint.They are already treating it.They have asked the broker for feedback.SEC said they would get back to me when the broker responds.

    I wrote a complaint letter to the stock broking firm,but they did not get back to me.

    I thought it was under SEC,thats why i did not go to NSE.


    The shares i have with this particular broker was bought ages ago.Up till now they do not operate online platform.


  • Re: First Bank Plc Post #289198
    Posted at: 1:16 pm, 22nd May 2017
    by migiets. SMN . Joined: 1st March 2008. Thanked 319 times.

    FBNH dividend alert dropped.


  • Re: Choosing/Rating Stockbroker Post #289197
    Posted at: 10:50 am, 22nd May 2017
    by yoy. SMN . Joined: 22nd January 2015. Thanked 0 times.

    i think the best approach is to send an email to the NSE first, they would respond within a short time. also on the price limit you set, did your broker approach you with a view to resolving the issue .. you can call me on 08033258450


  • Re: Economicwatch Post #289196
    Posted at: 7:19 am, 22nd May 2017
    by Getthere. SMN . Joined: 23rd May 2013. Thanked 8 times.

    General Electric to assemble gas turbines in Nigeria next year - CNBC Africa


    General Electric to assemble gas turbines in Nigeria next year

    General Electric (GE) plans to launch a gas turbine assembly plant in Nigeria next year and has invested over $100 million as it seeks to tap growing demand for gas-fired power plants in Africa’s biggest economy, its local CEO said on Thursday.

    Lazarus Angbazo said GE wants to support the development of Nigeria’s gas reserve which is largely untapped, adding that the U.S. company has invested in some local power plants.

    Nigeria privatized its electricity sector in 2013, aiming to


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