Category: Finance

The latest Pager Finance news from top publishers.

Adapt or die, the reality of the decline of print media

‘I believe that journalism will survive because it’s so important to our society and our economy, but I would be very cautious because it’s going to be a rough, tough ride for some years to come,’ says Professor Anton Harber, executive director of Campaign for Freedom of Expression.

NNPC, TotalEnergies near $550m Ubeta deal

… project to yield 10,000bpd The Nigerian National Petroleum Company (NNPC) Limited and TotalEnergies are preparing to finalise the final read more NNPC, TotalEnergies near $550m Ubeta deal

Caverton widens full year loss to N12.75bn

…sell pressure pushes share price down by 12.8% year-to-date Caverton Offshore Support Group Plc’s loss after tax (LAT) rose to read more Caverton widens full year loss to N12.75bn

The bond market’s response to the GNU

Futuregrowth Asset Management’s Rhandzo Mukansi gives his insights into how foreigners ‘have been participating here and have contributed to the smooth down we’re seeing in domestic bond deals, or conversely the bump up we’re seeing in prices’.

Is bitcoin exhaustion setting in?

Bitcoin and ether prices have flatlined in recent months, but don’t be fooled. We are in the year of the bitcoin halving, which has historically been associated with a surge in prices, explains Omer Iqbal, CEO of FiveWest. The real trend to watch in the coming months is the adoption of US dollar stablecoins by mid-sized companies seeking to hedge...

External reserves seen rising further on inflows

Experts say external reserves will increase rapidly as Nigeria begins to see some foreign inflows. Nigeria‘s foreign reserves have risen read more External reserves seen rising further on inflows

Experts divided on CBN’s special account impact

…Want improved export earnings Analysts are divided on the possible impact of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)’s recently created read more Experts divided on CBN’s special account impact

Nigeria spends $600m annually importing palm oil

The National Palm Produce Association of Nigeria (NPPAN) says Nigeria spends $600 million on palm oil importation annually. Alphonsus Inyang, read more Nigeria spends $600m annually importing palm oil

Telkom se skip draai

Serame Taukobong, uitvoerende hoof van Telkom gesels oor die groep se finansiële resultate.

Die JSE borrel in reaksie op nuwe regering

Hannes van den Berg, hoof van SA Aandele & Multi-bate beleggings by Ninety One en Schalk Louw, welvaartbestuurder by PSG Old Oak gesels oor die JSE se reaksie op die nuwe regering.

Euro 2024: Mbappe doubtful for remaining matches

Kylian Mbappe’s participation in the rest of Euro 2024 is in doubt following a broken nose injury sustained during France’s read more Euro 2024: Mbappe doubtful for remaining matches

Media24 to cut up to 400 jobs

Communications conglomerate to close the print editions of five newspapers while evolving three into digital-only brands.

Tech-driven farming is fertile ground for youth

‘There are a lot of opportunities beyond the farm gate that are much more attractive and that use new technologies, uses AI, uses blockchain and uses all these new and interesting things that the youth are interested in,’ says Dr Melissa van der Merwe, lecturer in the Department of Agricultural Economics at Stellenbosch University.

Much-expected ‘Ides of June’ begins in Rivers

…as shooting, invasion overtake most LGAs …Governor’s broadcast signals action Most local council headquarters are right now on fire as read more Much-expected ‘Ides of June’ begins in Rivers