PZ Cussons Nigeria (PZ) posted a PBT growth of 55% to N1.4bn in H1 2019 (end-Nov). The result was supported by a lessened fx impact; fx losses of –N525m were posted versus –N2.6bn in H1 2018. Absent fx changes, adjusted PBT for H1 was down 46% y/y. PZ’s H1 earnings were affected by weaknesses across key business lines.
The investor interest in the elections is that they should be completed on schedule and with a clear mandate. The worst outcome would be a very close result contested in the courts and on the streets, which pushes back the window of opportunity for reform.
The Central Bank of Nigeria on the authority of The Debt Management Office on behalf of the Federal Government Of Nigeria Offers for Subscription by Auction and is authorized to receive applications for
In business the role luck plays in success and personal achievement is rarely discussed. If luck is mentioned, it is done with slight condescension, and usually dismissed as a product of hard work, not deserving significant attention.
Nigerian Stock Market closed the month of November 2018 further down as NSEASI dipped by -4.90% as against -0.92% loss recorded in the month of October 2018 while market YTD performance dished further in the negative territory as it stood at -19.27% at the end of the month under review.