Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Monday 26th September 2022

Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Monday 26th September 2022

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Rising market yields to spur improvement in H2 Banks’ earnings —Research

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Rising market yields to spur improvement in H2 Banks’ earnings —Research

THERE are high expectations of improvement in listed banks’ earnings in the second half of 2022, given rising market yields. In its latest emailed report titled, ‘Nigerian Banks H1 2022 Scorecard,’ Coronation Research noted that the scorecard for the listed banks that have reported their first half 2022 (H1 22) results was decent, thereby raising
Rising market yields to spur improvement in H2 Banks’ earnings —Research
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Organisers target over 700 entries for LAIF 2022

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Organisers target over 700 entries for LAIF 2022

ORGANISERS of the annual Lagos Advertising and Ideas Festival (LAIF), the Advertising Agencies Association of Nigeria (AAAN), have stated that the number of entries, expected for this year’s edition of the award, would be a significant improvement on the over 700 entries recorded last year. The chairman of the LAIF Management  Board, Mr Lanre Adisa,
Organisers target over 700 entries for LAIF 2022
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Analysts expect another rates hike as MPC meets

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Analysts expect another rates hike as MPC meets

AS the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) meets on September 26 and 27, 2022, analysts have predicted that the committee will raise the Monetary Policy Rate (MPR). According to them, the second quarter real GDP growth rate (3.54 per cent) and the 52.3 Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) figure for
Analysts expect another rates hike as MPC meets
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Africa and Climate Change: A Conversation with US Senator John Kerry towards COP27

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Africa and Climate Change: A Conversation with US Senator John Kerry towards COP27

As the world continues to experience the daily impact of global warming, whether the tragic recent flooding in Pakistan, or the less covered, but equally harmful, persistent environmental degradation of Africa’s Sahel region, leaders need to act, not just talk. Equally, Africa should not just be in the conversation, but actively set the agenda. While
Africa and Climate Change: A Conversation with US Senator John Kerry towards COP27
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Fidelity Bank, SMEDAN sign MOU to empower MSMEs

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Fidelity Bank, SMEDAN sign MOU to empower MSMEs

FIDELITY Bank plc has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency (SMEDAN) in a bid to, among other things, empower Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) to contribute to job creation and poverty alleviation in the country. Speaking at the SMEDAN partnership MOU signing ceremony held in Lagos,
Fidelity Bank, SMEDAN sign MOU to empower MSMEs
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Dwindling revenue: Can NSCDC win war against oil thieves?

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Dwindling revenue: Can NSCDC win war against oil thieves?

CLEMENT IDOKO writes on the impact of oil theft and illegal oil bunkering on the Nigeria’s economy and the renewed efforts of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) to stop the heinous activities of saboteurs in line with the directive of President Muhammadu Buhari. THE Group Chief Executive Officer of the Nigeria National
Dwindling revenue: Can NSCDC win war against oil thieves?
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PDP, APC bicker as Osun tribunal begins sitting

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PDP, APC bicker as Osun tribunal begins sitting

AS the Osun State Election Petition tribunal commences sitting today, the state chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), on Sunday, traded words over which party has more chances of success.  The PDP, through its chairman, Dr Akindele Adekunle, challenged the state governor, Mr Gboyega Oyetola to allow
PDP, APC bicker as Osun tribunal begins sitting
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FCMB: Powering economy through clean energy financing

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FCMB: Powering economy through clean energy financing

FCMB is showing the way out of the anguish of erratic electricity supply and the pains of high cost of diesel by scaling up clean energy financing while also taking its braches off the national grid and diesel generators to solar power. SULAIMON OLANREWAJU reports. Expressing the agony foisted on the manufacturing sector and the
FCMB: Powering economy through clean energy financing
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E2%80%95-amosun/ I have no political deal with Ogun PDP, Adebutu ― Amosun

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I have no political deal with Ogun PDP, Adebutu ― Amosun

The Senator representing Ogun Central in the National Assembly, Senator Ibikunle Amosun, has denied news information about the political deal with the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the state and its gubernatorial candidate, Hon. Oladipupo Adebutu in the coming elections. The lawmaker, who was a two-term governor of the state, in a statement issued by
I have no political deal with Ogun PDP, Adebutu ― Amosun
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At 62nd Independence service, CAN says the wicked shall not rule Nigeria

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At 62nd Independence service, CAN says the wicked shall not rule Nigeria

PRESIDENT of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Archbishop Daniel Okoh has declared that the wicked shall not rule Nigeria.  Okoh said this during a church service held at the National Christian Centre, Abuja, to mark the nation’s 62nd Independence anniversary.  He said though the country had 23 years of uninterrupted democracy, he lamented that
At 62nd Independence service, CAN says the wicked shall not rule Nigeria
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