Following the global financial crisis, overall current account surpluses and deficits fell sharply from about 6 percent of global GDP in 2007 to about 3.5 percent in 2013. Since then, as shown in our new External Sector Report
As noted in our earlier report on Nigeria’s Cement Market Battles, the cement market in Nigeria is such that the companies have different regions which they serve. Although the effect of competitiveness is about to disrupt this trend, CCNN has its largest customer wallet share in the North while DANGCEM and WAPCO are more dominant in the southern part of the country.
The Divisional Head, Trading Business of the Nigerian Stock Exchange Mr. Jude Chiemeka in a recent interview with Proshare WebTV, gave insight into how the NSE is attracting more significant listings to the market